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A Grammar and Vocabulary of the Tupi Language, partly collected, 
and partly translated from the Works of Anchietta and Figuera, 
noted Brazilian Missionaries, by John Luccock, 1818. Quarto. 

A Dictionary of the Tupi Language, as spoken in Brazil by the 
Aborigines, whfch pass under the general name of Tupinambas; 
collectedby John Luccock, 1818. Quarto. [9376.] 

Presented by J, Z). Luccock, Esq,, at the desire of his late father. 

A Facsimile Specimen of an ancient Anglo-Saxon Psalter in the Royal 
Library at Paris. The specimen contains the thirty-first Psalm. 
Folio. Several copies. [9382.] 

Presented by C. P. Cooper, Esq. 

A Catalogue of tlie Charters relative to England, contained in the 
" Archives du Royaume de France : Section Historiquc, Cartons K. 
1—90." Fr. Folio. [9383.] 

A Facsimile of part of a Manuscript, in the Bibliotheque de Bourgogne, 
at Brussels, containing a Poenitentiale, in Anglo-Saxon, composed 
chiefly of Excerpts from the Laws of Eadgar and from the PoDni- 
tentiale of Ecgbert, Archbishop of York. Quarto. [9384.] 

A Facsimile of two leaves of a Manuscript of Aldhelm de Virginitate, 
having partial glosses in Anglo-Saxon, preserved in the Bibliotheque 
de Bourgogne. Quarto. [9385.] 



A Facsimile of three leaves of a Manuscript, in the Bibliotheque de 
Bourgogne, containing the names of the Birds and Beasts mentioned 
in Scripture, in Latin and Anglo-Saxon. Quarto. [9386.] 

Presented by C, P. Cooper^ Esq, 

Memoir of George Stepney, Esq., British Minister in Germany, etc., 
from 1693 to 1706 ; with some account of his Correspondence, (pre- 
sented to the Museum in 1829,) by Jonathan Scott, Esq. Quarto. 


Presented hy G, R, Stokes, Esq, 

Five Letters to William Marsden, Esq., from Isaac Titsingh, between 
June, 1806, and June, 1811 ; — A Detail, or memoir, on the powder 
Dosia, and on Koboe Daysi, who discovered it, by Isaac Titsingh. 
Folio. [9390.] 

Chronology of the Japonese and Chinese, adapted to the European era, 
by Isaac Titsingh. Folio. [9391.] 

Remarks on the Chronology of the Chinese, according to the opinion of 
the Japonese, accompanied with some inquiries respecting the origin 
of the Japonese, and their fabulous chronology, forming the basis of 
the government of their first Dayri, Zin-moe-ben-O, followed by a 
regular Epact of the succession of the Chinese and Japonese mo- 
narchs; by Isaac Titsingh. Folio. [9392.] 

Chronology of tl)e Japonese and Chinese, by Isaac Titsingh. Folio. 

Bedenkingen over de Teidreekening der Chineezcn na hct gevoelen der 
Japanners ; beneevens eenige Aanmerkingen nopens de Oorspronk der 
Japanners, en eene gereegelde Jaartelling van de Opvolging der Chi- 
neesche en Japansche Vorsten tot het Jaar 1784; door Isaac Tit- 
singh. Folio. [9394.] 

NiPON-O-DAY-iTZE-RAN, or a short detail of the Dayris of Japan ; by 
Isaac Titsingh. Folio. [9395.] 

Annotations on the Dayris, or Sovereigns of Japon, composed in 1782 
by Isaac Titsingh. Folio. [9396.] 

Description of the wedding ceremonies among farmers, mechanics, 
and merchants, in Japon ; — Description of the funerals, and of the 
festivals in honour of the gods ; — Two descriptions of the island 
Jeso. By Isaac Titsingh. Folio. [9397.] 

Presented by William Marsden, Esq, 

General Press Catalogue of the Public Records in His Majesty's 
General RegiMer House at Edinburgh. By Thonuw Thomson, Esq., 
Deputy Clerk Register. Folio. [9779.] 


IiTDEX to twelve books of Exchequer Decrees and Orders, 1-8 James I., 
in the King*s Remembrancer's Office. Folio. [9780.] 

Calendahium Tractatuum Pacis et Treugarum inter Reges Anglise ct 
Scotiae, conventionum, literarum, placitorum, aliohimque instrument 
torum regnum Scotise tangentium, in ea parte Scaccarii, quae vocata est 
Domus Capitularis, infra Abbathiam Westmonasteriensem repositorum 
et in ordinem redactorum, a Gul. Illingworth, anno 1 806. Folio. [9778.] 

Calendar of the Inrolments of Orders and Decrees of the Court of Aug- 
mentations, from the Feast of St. George the Martyr, 28 Hen. VIII., 
to Hikry Term, 7 Edw. VI. Folio, two volumes. [9781, 9782.] 

Calendasiux Rotulorum Patentium de tempore Regis Johannis, in 
Turri Londinensi eacistentium. Folio. [9788.] 

Presented by the Cammissumers on the Public Records. 

Facsimile of a Mexican Manuscript, known as the Codex Tgervaryanus, 
preserved at Pesth in Hungary. Enclosed in a Quarto case. [9789.] 

Presented by Viscount Kingsborough. 

A Collection of State Papers and Letters, chiefly original, relative to 
the Public Affiurs in which Sir William Temple was engaged from 
1665 to 1680. They include many of the instructions given to him, 
as envoy abroad, and some of his own letters* ChronologicaUy ar- 
ranged in 5 Vols. Folio. [9796-9800.] 

Copies of Letters from Sir William Temple and Sir Leoline Jenkins, 
the English Ambassadors at Nimeguen, 1676, 1677. Folio. [9801.] 

Copies of Letters to the same, 1676, 1677. Folio. [9802.] 

Credentials of Sir William Temple, as Envoy to Christopher Bernard, 
Bishop of Munster, and the Princes of the Circle of Westphalia ; 
Dat. 9 April, 1660 ; — Credentials of the same, as Ambassador Extra- 
ordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Congress at Aix-la-Chapelle; 
Dat. 16 Mar. 1667. Enclosed in an Octavo case. [9803.] 

Memoirs of Sir William Temple, by himself; Part iii. In his own 
hand-writing. Folio. [9804.] 

Bequeathed by the Rev. John Longe, Vicar of Coddenham, 

A Collection of Poems in the Welsh Language. Quarto. [9817.] 

Presented by Mrs, Forster, 

EsTinATES of Repairs, etc., to be made at Durham Castle and Bishop's 
Auckland, for Bp.- Butler, 1751 ;— Prayers and various short Papers, 
in the hand-writing of Bp. Butler ;— The Original Will and Codicil 
of Bp. Butler, with papers and letters to Dr. Nathaniel Forster, hia 
ezeoutor. Folio. [9815.] 



Letters of various persons to Dr. Nathaniel Forster, between 1753 
and 1757. Quarto. [9816.] 

Presented by the Rev. Thomas Crompton. 

BiBLiA Sacra Veteris Testamenti, cum Masora magna et parva; omissis 
tamen Pentateucbo et libris Canticorum, Ruth, Ecclesiastis, ct La- 
mentationum. Hehraice. Codex membranaceus, sec. fortassis xiv., in 
folio majori. [9398.] 

Prophet.e praeter Jeremiam omnes ; quinquc Megilloth, et Hagiograpba, 
cum utraquc Masora. Hebraice, Codex membranaceus, sec. for- 
tassis XIV., in folio majori. [9399.] 

Pentateuciius, cum Targum R. Onkelos ; quinquc Megilloth et Flaph- 
taroth. Hebraice. Codex membranaceus, sec. fortasse xiv., in folio 
majori. [9400.] 

BiBLiA Sacra Veteris Testamenti, libris nonnullis omissis. Hebraice, 
Codex membranaceus, sec xiii., in duos tomos distinctus, in folio 
majori. [9401, 9402.] 

Pentateuciius, Haphtaroth cum Targum, quinque Megilloth, Psalmi, 
Provcrbia, et Liber Job. Hebraice. Codex membranaceus, sec. 
fortassis xii. . Folio. [9403.] 

Pentateuchus, cum Targum R. Onkelos, quinque Megilloth et Haph- 
taroth. Hebraice. Codex membranaceus, sec. fortassis xiii. Folio. 

Canticum Camticorum, Ruth, Ecclesiastes et Lamcntationes. Hebraice. 
Codex membranaceus, sec. xiv. ineuntis. Quarto. [9405.] 

Liber Job, Jeremias usque ad caput xxiii. 7, et ex Isaia capita xxxiv. 1 
-XXXV. 10. Hebraice. Codex membranaceus, sec. xiv. ineuntis. 
Quarto. [9406.] 

PENTATBUcmis, cum Notis Raschii, et Haphtaroth. Hebraice. Codex 
membranaceus, sec. fortassis xii. Quarto. [9407.] 

Letters written to Sir Robert Southwell, Bart, Secretary of State, 
when in attendance upon K. William HI., during the campaign in 
Ireland, June-Dec. 1690. Folio. 2 Vols. [9708, 9709.] 

Letters of Nicholas Price, written chiefly to Lady Elizabeth Cromwell, 
and to the Rt Hon. Edw. Southwell, her husband, 1689-1728. Folio. 

Letters of James Clarke to Sir Robert Southwell, June-Sept 1690; — 
Letters of D. W. Clarke to the Rt. Hon. Edward Southwell, 1723- 
1730. Folio. [9711.] 

Collection of Miscellaneous Letters and Papers relating to Sir Robert 
Southwell, and his son, the Rt Hon. Edw. Southwell, from 1664 to 
1711, with a few of a later date to Edw. Southwell, Esq., etc 2 Vols. 
FoUo. [9712, 9713.] 


Collection of Papers and Letters relative to the town of Kinsale, and 
to the connexion of the Southwell family with that place> as well as to 
the office of deputy vice-admiral of Munster, held hy Sir Robert 
Southwell, and his son, the Rt. Hon. Edw. Southwell; 1637-1778. 
FoHo. [9714.] 

Collection of Papers and Letters relative to the proceedings of the 
Irish Parliament, 1692-1719. Folio. [9715.] 

Despatches to and from the Lords Justices of Ireland, during the various 
absences of the Duke of Ormond, Lord-Lieutenant, 1692-1712. Folio. 
2 Vols. [9716, 9717.] 

Letters and Papers of Henri de Ruvigny, Earl of Galway, and papers 
relative to the troops under his command, 1692-1701. Folio. [9718.] 

CoBBESPONBENCE of William Blathwait, Esq., Secretary at War, and of 
George Stepney, Esq., minister at Berlin and Vienna ; with various 
State Papers, 1698-1708. FoHo. 3 Vols. [9719-9721.] 

Dbapts of Despatches, written by Mr. Secretary Blathwait, chiefly in 
his own hand, 1692-1708. Folio. [9722.] 

Correspondence and Papers of Mr. Secretary Blathwait, relative to the 
Army in the Netherlands, 1690-1704. Folio. 4 Vols. [9728-9726.] 

Correspondence and Papers of Mr. Secretary Blathwait, relative to the 
Army and Navy, 1688-1703. Folio. 2 Vols. [9727, 9728.] 

Letters to Mr. Secretary Blathwait, from the Commissioners of Trans- 
ports, 1698-1699. Folio. [9729.] 

Correspondence of Mr. Secretary Blathwait and Mr. Hill, 1692-1696 ; 
^-Letters to Mr. Blathwait from Charles Henri de Lorraine, Prince 
de Vaudemont, and Ferdinand Guillaume, Due de Wirtemberg, 1696. 
Quarto. [9780.] 

Letters to Mr. Secretary Blathwait from Sir Henry Belasyse, M. NorflT, 
and M. D'Auverquerque, 1692-1699. Quarto. [9781.] 

Letters to Mr. Secretary Blathwait from Mr. Geo. Clarke, of the War 
Office, 1692-1701. Quarto. [9782.] 

Letters to Mr. Secretary Blathwait from W. Hamel Briiynincx and 
H. de Bilderbecq, 1698-1698. Folio. [9788.] 

Miscellaneous Letters to Mr. Secretary Blathwait, 1691-1701. 
Quarto. [9784.] 

Letters to Mr. Secretary Blathwait from William Bentinck, afterwards 
Earl of Portland, and Sir John Reresby; — Correspondence with 
Lord Godolphin, Lord Ranelagh, and others;— and two Despatches 
from the Lords Justices to William III. Folio. [9785.] 

Letters to Mr. Secretary Blathwait from the Hon. Robert Sutton, after- 
wards Lord Lexington, minister at Vienna, 1 699, 1 700. Quarto. [9786.] 

Collection of Treaties of Peace and Conventions with foreign Powers, 
1689-1702. Folio. 3 Vols. [9787-9789.] 


Letters from Thomas Coxe, Envoy in Switzerland, 1 670-1692. Folio. 

Letters from M. D'Hervart, Envoy in Switzerland, to Mr. Secretary 
Blathwait, 1692-1701 ; — Letters from M. D'Arzeliers, at Geneva, 
1696-1700. Quarto. 2 Vols. [9741, 9742.] 

PoLmcAL Papers and Correspondence of Mr. Secretary Blathwait, re- 
lative to Italy and Switzerland, 1690-1701. Folio.. [9743.] 

Political Papers and Correspondence relative to Spain and Portugal, 
1690-1706. Folio. [9744.] 

Collection of Political Papers relative to Holstein, Denmark, Saxony, 
etc. 1696-1709. Folio. [9745.] 

Collection of Political Papers relative to different Courts, 1690, 1700, 
with various lists of troops. Folio. [9746.] 

Collection of Papers and Letters relative to the English dominions in 
America, 1698-1705. Folio. [9747.] 

Copies of, and Extracts from Political Letters, written chiefly from 
Brussels and Paris, some to Mr. Secretary Blathwait, some to Sir R. 
Southwell, 1673-1688. Folio, 2 Vols. [9748, 9749.] 

Miscellaneous Papers and Letters, chiefly political, relative to England 
and Ireland, 1668-1771. Folio. [9750.] 

Weekly Returns of the Exchequer Receipts and Payments, Apr.- 
Oct 1693. Folio. [9751.] 

Opficial Letters from the Lords of the Treasury to William Blath- 
wait, Secretary at War, 1690-1703. Folio, 3 Vols. [9752-9754.] 

Official Papers and Correspondence of Mr. Secretary Blathwait, rela- 
tive to the Army Accounts, 1692-1702. Folio. [9755.] 

Army Debentures, signed by the Earl of Ranelagh, Paymaster of the^ 
Forces, 1689-1703. Folio, 2 Vols. [9756, 9757.] 

Intercepted Letters from France to the French Officers in the service • 
of James IL ; seized in Dublin, 7th July, 1690. Quarto. [97/58.] 

Arut Lists, and various Official Papers of Mr. Secretary Blathwail^ . 
1609-1710. Folio, 3 Vols. [9759-9761.] 

Army Lists, and other Official Papers of Mr. Secretary Biathwak, rela^ 
tive to the Army in Ireland, 1686-1705. Folio. [9762*]: 

A List of King James's Army in Ireland, Horse, Foot, and Dragoons ; 
with the names of the officers, and the number ef' men in each re- 
giment, 1689. Folio. [9763.] 

Various Official Papers of Sir Robert Southwell, Mf. Secretary 
Blathwait, etc., relative to Shipping and Ttod^» li56*-l 702. Folio.. 

Ordinarius Ecclesise Divse Virginia Mari^.^ Ttijectensis. Codex^ 
membranaceus, sec. xiv. Folio. [9769»;i- 


LxTTER, under the sign manual of Edward IV.> to [Maximilian], Duke 
of Austria and Burgundy, [afterwards Emperor,] acknowledging his 
Letters, and referring him to the Ahbe de St. Bcrtin. Dat. Grene- 
wich, 12 May, 1481. Fr. In a Portfolio. [9818.] 

RscuEiL de la Guerre d'Espagne, ou Ton voit ce qui s'est passe pendant 
que M. le Marechal de Tesse y a commande, depuis le 10 Oct 1704, 
jusqu* a Juin, 1706. Folio, 4 Vob. [9773-9776.] 

Pbojet de Code des Monoyes, dresse chez Monsieur de Nointel, Con- 
seiUer d*£tat, par les Sieurs Hosdier> premier president de la Cour 
des Monoyes, Delafond et Segonjac, successivement procureurs gene- 
raux, Robton, avocat general, Mazeuil et Collin, conseillers, et Grassin, 
directeur general des Monoyes. Folio. [9777.] 

Vita di Messer Giannozo Manetti, cavaliere strenuo et clarissimo cit- 
tadino Fiorentino ; — Oratione di Messer Giannozo Manetti al S'. Sy- 
gismondo Pandolpho de Malatesti, quando i Fiorentini a Vada li 
dettono il bastone. Manuscript on vellum, written in 1506 by Ales- 
sandro Verazzo, with an epistle from him to Giannozo Manetti, the 
grandson. Octavo. [9770.] 

Leoend or ToNDALus. " Ci est contenu, quelles sont les paines et les 
tourmens d^enfer et la gloire de paradis, si comme Tondalus un homme 
le vit et le raconta, et la fist mettre en escrit pour le proufit de ciaus 
qui la liront et oront lire. Cest vcrites." Manuscript on vellum of 
the fourteenth century. Small Quarto. [9771.] 

New Yeab*s Gifts, 9 Eliz. Newe Yeris Guiftes gevon to the Queine, 
her Maiestie ; — Newe yeris guides gevon by the Queine, her Maiestie. 
The original roll on vellum, 11^ feet long ; under the sign manual of 
Elizabeth. [9772.] 

La Vrate Ystoire de Troye, ou tant de Roys et de Princes moururent 
en tant de douloureuses batailles pour si petit d'ocasion, comme dit est. 
Quarto. [9785.] 

Sir Henry Caltuorpe's Reports of Cases from Michaelmas Term, 16 
James I., to Trinity Term, 10 Charles I. [Forming a third volume to 
the Hargrave Mss. 385 and 386.] Quarto. [9787.] 

PROUAK9A hecha ante la Justicia de la villa de Puerto de Santona, en 
nombre de Pedro de Maedo, sobre su genealosia, nobleza, y limpieza 
de linages, y de las casas y solares cono^idos de donde desciende ; 
1587. FoHo. [9788.] 

Extracts of Bengal Revenue Consultations, from 11 April, 1783, to 8 
Dec 1786, containing the proceedings relative to the insurrection at 
Rungpore. Folio, 6 Vols. [9790-9795.] 

Map of Europe, the Mediterranean and the north-west coast of Africa ; 
drawn at Genoa, by Giacopo Vezchonte, of Maiolo, 10 Oct. 1562 ; 
/to/. On vellum, 3 feet 9 inches, by 2 feet 9 inches. [9810.] 


Map of the Mediterranean and the Black Sea, drawn at Naples, by Joanne 
Riezo, otherwise Oliva, son of Mastro Dominico, 7 Nov. 1587 ; Ital. 
On vellum, 3 feet by 1 foot 8 inches. [9811.] 

Map of the coasts extending from the south-east of Africa to the Bay 
of Bengal, with the Islands; drawn probably about 1600 ; Portugitese, 
On vellum, S feet 4 inches by 2 feet 3 inches. [9812.] 

Map of the coasts of the Mediterranean and Black Sea, and of the 
northern and western coasts of Europe, with the north-west of Africa; 
drawn probably about 1600; Ital. On vellum, 2 feet 8 inches, by 1 
foot 10 inches. [9813.] 

An Atlas, containing ten maps, drawn probably before the year 1600 ; 
Spanish. On vellum, 18 inches by 16 inches. Folio. [9814.] 

Official Letters and Despatches from Sir William D. Colt, Envoy in 
Germany in 1693 [to the Right Hon. Edward Southwell?]; and afler 
Sir William's death, on the 30th of August, from his Secretary, M. 
Schweinfurt; with some from Mr. Francis Stratford. Quarto, 3 Vols. 

Prefixed to the first volume is a letter from Sir William Colt to Sir 
Kobert Southwell, dated Hanover, 6 Aug. 1689. This letter wtu pre- 
sented by Thomas Bond, Esq, 

Bhaoatata Puranje pars, in dialectum Mahratticam\_?'] conversa. Folio. 

CoNSTiTUTioNES varisB Imperatorise ; Greece. Codex chartaceus, sec. 
XV. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 265.'] 

MicHAELis Attaliata Opus dc Jure, sive Pragmatica ; Greece, Codex 
chartaceus, sec. xv. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 266.] 

A collection of fragments of Ancient Manuscripts on vellum, taken 
from the bindings of books, and preserved in a folio volume. [Bibl. 
Eg. 267.] 

JuLii HoNORii Oratoris Cosmographise fragmentum. Codex membra- 
naceus, sec. x. Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 268.] 

Leois Ripuariorum Fragmentum ; — Lex Saxonum, cum tabula capitulo* 
rum ; — Fragmentum capitulorum Legis Salicse de homicidiis clerico- 
rum; — Legis Salicac reformatss capp. vi-xxi. ; — Capitula alia non- 
nuUa ; — Fragmentum legis Alamannorum, cum tabula capitulorum ; — 
Fragmentum legis Burgundionum. Codex membranaceus, sec. x. 
Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 269.] 

Lactantu Placidi Glossee, ex apographo bibliothecae Hamburgensis de- 
scriptss ab E. Spangenberg, anno 1827. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 270.] 

PnociE Grammatici Ars de nomine et verbo. Codex membranaceus* 
sec. XV. Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 271.] 


HisTORiA Evangelica; — Petri Manducatoris, sivc Comcstoris Scrmones; 
— Tractatus de Sacramentis ecclesiasticis. Menibranaccus, Sec. xiv. 
Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 272.] 

Anonymi Summa moralis de virtutibus. Membranaceus, Sec. xrv. 
Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 273.] 

Philippi de Greve, Cancellarii Parisiensis, Dicta, sive Carmina sacra 
notis musicis instructa ; — Early French Poetry of Colard le BoutilHer« 
Messire Raouls, Jehans de Nuefville, Messirc Gasses Brulez, and 
Messirc Reignaut, castellain de Couchy, with musical notes ; — Carmina 
alia Latina et Gallica. Membranaceus, Sec. xiv. 12". [Bibl. Eg. 

Gesta Pontificum Tungrensiuni, Trajectensium et Leodiensium, secun- 
dum diversos artifices per partes suis temporibus conscripta. Char- 
taceus, Sec. xv. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 275.] 

GuLiELMi Gvmnasmata Grscca, Latino et plcrumque versibus 
translata. Chartaceus, Sec. xvii. Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 27G.] 

TiTi Livii decadis primse liber tertius, carmine lieroico a Fr. Masono 
redditus. Chartaceus, Sec. xvii. Quarto. [Bibl. Eg. 277.] 

Relation de ce qui se passa aux estats generaulx de la Ligue tonus a 
Paris Tan 1593 ; — Pieces relatives aux Regences etablies en France 
et k la Majorite du Roy. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 278.] 

AssEUBLEE dcs Notablcs tenue a Rouen en Tan 1596, soubz le Roy 
Henry IV.; — Estatz generaux tonus a Paris soubz le Roy Jean; — 
Procez verbal de TAssemblee des Notables tenue a Paris 1G26, 1627. 
Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 279.] 

Receuil van diverse orriginele Brieven, Rolasen, Ordros, Staats en 
andere Resolution, &'c., waar onder veole door Prins Mauritz eigon 
handig gctekend ; alio rakende de Militaire Zaken in de Nederlanden. 
Beginnende met ao. 1583 & eindigende met ao. 1672. Folio. [Bibl. 
Eg. 280.] 

Tkeaty of Navigation and Commerce between Great Britain and Spain, 
concluded at Madrid, 23 May 1667, and ratified and confirmed by 
the Treaty of Utrecht, 9 Dec. 1713. Portuguese. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 

Collections relating to Durham College, Oxford, and to the Abbey of 
Abingdon. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 282.] 

Journal of a Voyage from Bengal to Madras, 1688-1690, with Letters, 
etc., concerning Capt. Wm. Heath's Transactions in the East India 
Company's affairs. Folio. [Bibl. Eg. 283.] 

Grant by Q. Elizabeth of lands in Berwick, 156j;— Throe charters 
relative to lands in Southkolsoy, co. Lincoln, and Bury, co. Suff., 
temp. Eliz.-Jac. 1. [Add. Ch. 983-986.] 



Charter of Guerric, Abbot of Feversham, relating to lands in Misse* 
willa [anno circiter 1178-1183]; — Letters of proxy by Edward I. 
on the marriage of his daughter Elizabeth with Florence, Count of 
Holland, 1284; — Bond of John de Vere, Earl of Oxford, as surety 
in the treaty between England and Burgundy, 1 1 Hen. VII. [Add. 
Ch. 987-989.] 

Thirteen Charters relating to Cardington, co. Beds., and to the manors 
of Mogerhanger, Thornecote, Beston, and Charletone, in the parish of 
Blonham, in the same county, temp. Hen. V 1 1. -Charles I. ; — Deed 
relating to Halstow and Stoke, co. Kent, 38 Eliz. [Add. Ch. 990- 

Five Charters relating to lands in Wodetone and Ockeley, co. Sussex, 
from 1324 to 1481 ; — Rent Roll of the Manor of Leadbrook, in the 
parish of Northop, co. Flint, 1735. [Add. Ch. 1004-1009.] 

Four leaves of Papyrus, imperfect, the lower part having perished. 
They contain the greater part of the xxth chapter of the Gospel of 
St. John, in Sahidic. Page numbered a-fxa contains verse 2 to v. 5. 
cfxP : V. 6 to V. 8. cr/x7 : v. 10 to v. 13. <r^J: v. 14 to v. 15. cr^i : v. 17 
tov. 19. cr/xr: V. 19tov. 22. <r/iA^ : v. 23 to v. 25. <r^»j : v. 26 to v. 28. 

Two leaves of Papyrus, apparently part of a history of the Martyrdom 
X of St. Theodore of Antioch, in Sahidic. 

A LEAF of Papyrus, in a character slightly differing from tliat of the 
leaves described above. It appears to relate to the Virgin Mary ; in 

Four leaves of Papyi;us, two of them very imperfect, and the other two 

injured ; containing part of a Theological legend or tract, in Sahidic. 

j4ll presented by John Gardner Wilkinson, Esq. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 6| by 4^ inches, containing an inscription in six 
lines of hieroglyphics ; at the top is the boat of the Sun and Moon, 
in which are the soul of a deceased person kneeling before Osiris, 
the Kilometer, etc. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 6| by 4^ inches, containing an inscription in eight 
lines of hieroglyphics : at the top is a drawing similar to that in the 

Egyptian Papyrus, 16i-J by 2^ inches, containing two inscriptions in the 
hieratic character, each of eighteen lines. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 6 J by 3f inches, containing an inscription of five lines 
in the demotic character. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 9^ by 6f inches, containing an inscription of twenty- 
one lines in the hieratic character. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 7f by 3\ inches, containing an inscription of three 
lines in the hieratic character. 


Fragment of an Egyptian Papyrus, 5 by 2\ inches^ containing an in- 
scription of eight lines in the hieratic character ; on the back are 
vestiges of an inscription. A small seal containing hieroglyphics is 

Fragment of an Egyptian Papyrus, 13 by 3h inches, containing an in- 
scription of twenty lines in the hieratic character ; on the back are 
two other lines in the same character. A small seal with the im- 
pression of a head is attached. 

Fragment of an Egyptian Papyrus, 5] by 1^ inches, containing an in- 
scription of eleven lines in the hieratic character, and on the back one 
line. A very small oval seal with hieroglyphics is attached. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 12 by 8 inches, containing an inscription of fourteen 
lines in the hieratic character. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 12^ by 4f inches, containing two inscriptions, one of 
eight lines, the other of sixteen lines, in the hieratic character. A 
small seal with hieroglyphics is attached. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 12 by 6 inches, containing an inscription of fifleen 
lines in the hieratic character. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 17^ by 7 inches, containing two inscriptions, one of 
twenty-three lines, the other of twenty-two lines, in the hieratic cha- 
racter ; the first inscription is mutilated. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 2 feet 11^ inches by 12| inches, containing an in- 
scription of four long lines and a few words, in the hieratic cha- 
racter. At the back is an inscription of sixteen very short lines. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 2 feet 2 J inches by 11 inches, containing an in- 
scription of ten long lines in the hieratic character. At the back is an 
inscription of sixteen very short lines. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 5 feet 10 J inches by 15 inches, divided into two 
compartments : 

i. 3 feet 7i inches long ; comprising fifty- four columns of hierogly- 
phics, surmounted by a frieze 1 1 inches high, containing a scries of 
sitting figures of deities, beginning with Osiris, before whom a 
departed person is kneeling at an altar ; a line of hieroglyphics runs 
above this frieze. 

ii. 1 foot 9 inches long : represents the praetorium of Ament ; in the 
lower part are Sate introducing the soul of the departed, who is in 
the act of supplication ; Anubis weighing the actions of the departed, 
the cynocephalus on the balance ; Thoth ibiocephalus with his reed 
and tablet ; the hippopotamus on a pedestal ; a large lotus supporting 
the four genii of Ament ; and, lastly, Osiris on his throne, with his 
name in hieroglyphics. Above is a frieze with small sitting figures 
*of twenty-one of the infernal judges ; the architrave is surmounted 
by a row of uraci and feathers, three and three alternately. 
All presented by John Gardnor Wilkinson, Esq, 


Fragments of an Egyptian Inscription on linen cloth, occupying thirteen 
lines^ in the hieratic character, measuring 5 feet 9 inches by 6 J inches. 
Presented by John Gardnor IVtlkinson, Esq. 

Egyptian linen roll, 5 feet 2 inches by 4 inches, probably a fragment, 
containing fifteen columns of hieratic characters, with a few figures 
dispersed in various parts. 

A SIMILAR roll, 2 feet 4 inches by 4 inches, a fragment probably of the 
same roll with the preceding ; it contains four columns of hieratic cha- 
racters, with one or two figures at the commencement. 

A SIMILAR roll, probably another fragment of the same, containing nine 
columns of hieratic characters ; above the first seven runs a frieze con- 
taining figures. 

Egyptian linen roll, 2 feet 10 inches by 3 inches, containing an in- 
scription in hieratic characters, with figures ; much scorched. 

Egyptian linen roll, 17 by 7i inches, containing seven compartments 
of figures, with thirty columns of red and black hieroglyphics under- 

Egyptian linen roll, 15^ by 8 inches, containing twenty-seven co- 
lumns of red and black hieroglyphics, with a frieze of figures above. 

Egyptian linen roll, 15 by 9 inches, containing twenty-seven co- 
lumns of red and black hieroglyphics, with a frieze of figures over 
columns three to fifleen. 

Egyptian linen roll, 23 by 4 J inches, apparently a fragment, containing 
a series of figures, with an inscription in three lines in hieratic characters. 

A SIMILAR roll, 22 by 4 inches, apparently a part of the same with the 
preceding fragment. 

Egyptian linen roll, 22 by 5 J inches, containing a series of figures, 
with five lines of hieratic characters in two columns. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 19 inches square, containing two series of co- 
lumns of hieroglyphics, the upper consisting of thirty-one columns, the 
lower of thirty-eight columns. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 9,\j, by 10^ inches, divided vertically into three 
compartments ; the first containing six columns of hieroglyphics ; the 
second, sixteen columns in six compartments ; the third also in six 
compartments, containing four columns. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 2 feet 1 1 inches by 3^ inches, containing a series 
of coloured figures. 

Egyptian Papyrus, 16 J inches square, being apparently two frag- 
ments of the same papyrus joined together ; the upper one 8 A inches 
high, containing four coloured figures, with twenty columns of hiero- 
glyphics, the lower 8 inches, containing a figure with four columns of 


Papyrus roll, 8 J inches wide and several feet long, apparently in the 
hieroglyphic character, with figures ; not opened. 

Papyrus roll, 6 inches wide and several feet long, apparently in the 
hieroglyphic character, with coloured figures ; not opened. 

Papyrus roll, 8 inches wide and several feet long, apparently in the 
hieroglyphic character, with coloured figures ; not opened. 

Papyrus roll, 4 inches wide and several feet long, apparently in the 
hieratic character ; not opened. 

Papyrus roll, 9 inches wide and 3 or 4 feet long, in the hieratic cha- 
racter; not opened. 

Papyrus roll, 9 inches wide, apparently made up of fragments of Cop- 
tic Mss. glued together. 

Papyrus roll, 6 J inches wide, made up of fragments of Coptic Mss. 

Papyrus roll, 7 J inches wide, made up of fragments of Coptic Mss. 

Papyrus roll, 7^ inches wide, made up of fragments of Coptic Mss. 

Papyrus roll, 9^ inches wide, made up of fragments of Coptic Mss. 

Two considerable fragments of a Coptic book, consisting of from fifteen 
to twenty leaves each. 

Papyrus roll, 7 inches wide, made up of small fragments of Greek 

Papyrus roll, 8 inches wide, made up of fragments of Greek Mss. 

Papyrus roll, 10 inches wide and 3 or 4 feet long; not opened. 

Papyrus roll, 7 inches wide and 2 or 3 feet long ; not opened. 

Papyrus roll, 9 inches wide ; not opened. 

Papyrus roll, 3i inches wide ; not opened. 

Papyrus roll, 3^ inches wide, covered with linen ; not opened. 

Impressions in Sulphur of forty-four ancient seals, chiefly of Grammar 

Presented by W, C, Trcvelyanj Esq. 


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- The Corner-Stone : or, a familiar illustration of the 

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The Young Christian. 12<» Edinb. 1834. « 

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. The Case of an Oath of Abjuration stated. 4° Lond. 


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Abu Abdalla Dahabi. -Liber Classium Virorum qui Korani et tra- 
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— Particula 11. 4® Gottingce, 1834. 

Academies. Academia Groningana. Annales. 1822-25. 4^ Groning(e, 

■ Academia Lugduno-Batava. Annales a d. ix Feb. 1832 

ad d. viii. Feb. 1833. 4« Lugd. Bat. 1834. 

Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Journal. 

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Academies. American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Memoirs. New 
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■ I. e R. Accademia Economico-Agraria dei Georgofili di 
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Firenze, 1830-4. 

Konigl. Akademie der Wissenschaflcn zu Berlin. Abhand- 

lungen. Aus dem Jahre 1832. Theil i. 4® BerL 1834. Presented 
by the Royal Academy of Sciences at Berlin^ 1834. 

Royal Academy. The conduct of the Royal Academicians, 

while members of the Incorporated Society of Artists of Great Britain. 
8*»Z(wrf. 1771. 

Exhibition. 1783. 4>^ Lond. 

The Royal Irish Academy. Transactions. Vol. xvii. 

Part I. 4^ « 

Account. A Monthly Account of all considerable Occurrences. No. 
i-x. 4® Lond. 1687, 8. 

Accusers. The False Accusers accused; or the undeceived English- 
man. 8^ Lond. 1741. 

AcKERLEY (cHARLEs HENRY ). A Plan for the better Security of Vessels 
navigating the River Thames. With appendices. 4*^ Lond. 1834. « 

AcQUA. Nuova Raccolta d*Autori Italiani che trattano del Moto dell* 
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Acton (henry). A Sermon on the Death of the Rev. James Manning. 
S^ Exeter, \SS\. « 

A Sermon preached before the Members of the Western 

Unitarian Society. 12" Bristol, 1831. « 

Adam (Alexander). Index to Phrases and Sentences in his " Roman 
Antiquities." 8" Cambr. 1832. « 

Roman Antiquities. With notes and indices by 

James Boyd, LL.D. 12® Lond. 1834. « 

Adam (rob.). The Religious World displayed; or, a view of the four 
grand systems of Religion, and of the various sects and parties in the 
Christian World. 2 Vol. 8*^ Lond. 1 823. 

Addison (JOSEPH). The late Tryal and Conviction of Count Tariff. 8" 
Lond. 1713. 

A Discourse on ancient and modern Learning. 4** 

Lond. 1739. [With MS. Notes by Richard Hurd, Bishop of 

Historical Essay on him. [By Thomas Tyers.] 8" 

Lond. 1783. 

Ader (ouillem). Lou Gentilome Gascoun. 8*^ Tolose, 1610. 


Administration. Remarks on a scurrilous Libel, entitled, ** A Persua- 
sive to impartiality and candor, in judging of the present Adminis- 
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A Defence of the Measures of the present Administra- 

tion. S^ Lond, USl. 

Serious Considerations on the Measures of the present 

Administration. 4® Lond, 1763. 

Advice. Five Minutes* Advice to the People of Great Britain, on the 
present situation of public affairs. By a citizen of London. 8^ 
Lond. 1792. 

The Country Curate's Advice to his Parishioners. By H. C. 

8° Lond, 1693. 

Adults. Golden Rules for Adults. 8'^ Lond. « 

^aiNETA (PAULUs). Mcdical Works ; translated : with a commentary, 
by Francis Adams, Esq. Vol. i. 8° Lond. 1834. ♦ 

^LiANUs (cLAUDius). Dc Natura Animalium Libri septemdecim. Verba 
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Jacobs. Intextas sunt curse secundse postumse J. G. Schneideri Saxonis. 
Adjecti indices et interpretatio Latina Gesneri a Gronovio emendata. 
2 Vol. 8^ /eikP, 1832. 

jEhilius (antonius). Orationes. Accedunt non nulla Poematia. 12" 
Trajecti ad Rhenumf 1651. 

^scHYLUs. TragoodiaB. Recensuif, integram lectionis varietatem notas- 
queadjecit Augustus Wellauer; 2 Vol. S** Cantabr. 1827. 

Tragoediae ex recensione G. Dindorfii. 8° Oxon. 1832. 4t 

Appendix ad editionem ^schyli novissimam. Confecit 

Jacobus Scholeficld, A.M. S^ Cantabr. 1833. « 

Septem Thebana Tragoedia. Lat. a Q. Septimio Florentc 

Christiano. 4*^ Lutet. apud Fed, Morellum, 1585. 

Enchiridion iEschyleum : sive Notse in iEschyli Tragcedias e 

variis commentariis excerptae, atque ad Wellaueri textum accom- 
modatae. 8^ Cantabr, 1832. ♦ 

^sopus Phryx. Faulcs dc Isop, y de altres famosos Autors. 8^ 

Fabulae ^sopicae Graecae quae Maximo Planudi 

tribuuntur. Ex recensione I. M. Heusingeri. Cum indice et supple- 
mento. Cura G. H. Schaefer. 8" Lipsiaf 1818. 

Affairs. An Enquiry into the present State of our domes tick Affairs. 
S^ Lond. 

An Enquiry into the present State of Affairs. 4'' Lond. 



Affairs. Some short Remarks upon the present State of Affairs. 4° 
Lond. 1692. 

Considerations upon the present State of our Aflairs, at home 

and abroad. 4° Land, 1739. 

Aff5 (ireneo). Memorie degli Scrittori e Lettcrati Parmigiani ; continuate 
da Angelo Pezzana. Tom. vii. 4** Parnia, 1833. Presented by the 

Africa. De TAfrique, contenant la Description de ce Pays par Leon 
rAfricain. £t la Navigation des anciens Capitaines Portugais aux 
Indes orientales et occidentales. Traduction de Jean Temporal; 4 
Tom. 8" Par. 1 830. 

History of the Civilization and Christianization of South 

Africa. 12" Edinb. 1832. ♦ 

Agapetus D'laconus. Opusculum de Officio Regis : ad Justinianum 
Csesarem. Gr, Lat. S^ Venet. apud Zachariam Calliergem^ 1509. 

Agassiz (l.). a Journey to Switzerland. 8** Lond. 1833. « 

Recherches sur les Poissons Fossiles ; Tom. i. Livrais. 

I, II. 4° Neuchatel (Suisse), 1833. 

Planches. Livrais. i. obi. £oh Neuchatelj 1833. 

Agenda Rerum ecclesiasticarum : secundum consuetum usum Mindenl. 
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Agrellius (carolus Magnus). Supplementa Syntaxeos Syriacae. Prae- 
fatus est Joan. Godofr. Ludov. Kosegarten. 8° Gryphisvald. 1834. 

Agricola (martinus). Musica Instrumentalis Deudsch. 8" Witteni' 
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Agricola (rodolphus). Epitome Commentariorum dialectae Inven- 
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Agriculture. [Plan of] Agricultural Employment Institution. [With 
an account of the establishment, progress, and present state of the 
Dutch Poor Colony of Frederick's-Oord.] fol. Lond. ♦ 

An impartial View of English Agriculture, from permitting 

the exportation of Corn in 1663, to the present time. 4° Lond. 

Premiums offered by the Board of Agriculture. 8® 


Agrippa (henr. corn.). De Nobilitate et Prsecellentia Foeminei Sexus. 
[Cum aliis ejusdem opusculis.] 8" 1532. 

Aguilar (gaspar). La famosa Comedia de la Gitana Melancolica. 


Aikin (edmund). Designs for Villas and other rural Buildings. With 
an introductory essay. 4° Lond. 1808. 




AiKiN (j.). Letters from a Father to his Son, on various topics 
relative to literature and the conduct of life; 2 Vol. 8^ LoncL 

AiNswoRTH (robert). The most natural and easy Way of Institution; 
by making a domestic Education less chargeable to Parents, and more 
easy and beneficial to Children. 8*^ Lond, 1736. 

Airy (o. b.). Gravitation : an elementary explanation of the principal 
perturbations in the solar system. 8** Lond, 1834. « 

Akerman (j. t.). a descriptive Catalogue of rare and unedited Roman 
Coins; 2 Vol. 8^ Lond. 1834. « * 

Alarcon (FRANCISCO de). Rclaciou de algunas Cosas que el Licenciado 
Francisco de Alarcon, Fiscal de la Real Hazienda ha hecho, con 
beneficio notable della. fol. 

Alarcon y Mendoza (juan). Quien engana mas h Quien. Comedia. 
40 FaUadolid. 

— El Texedor de Segovia. Comedia. 

Segunda Parte. 4" Pamplona^ 1778. 

Alava ( — ) General. Extracto de una Carta escrita en Lesaca el 2 de 
Agosto y dirigida a D. Diego Barco. fol. 

Alberoni Cardinal. A modest Apology for Parson Alberoni. 8** Lond. 

A second Part. S^ Lond. 1719. 

Alberti (lorenzo) della Pergola. La Rete di Vulcano. Idilio. 8® 
Temi, 1620. 

Albertus Magnus, Episc. Ratish. Opera. Studio et labore Petri 
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Albrecht (jo. wilh.). Tractatus physicus de Efiectibus Musices in^ 
Corpus animatum. 8° Lips. 1 734. 

Albufera. Catalogo y Descripcio d*els Pardals de PAlbufera de 
Valencia. 4^. 

Albums. The Album Wreath. Edited by John Francis, Esq. 4® 
Lond 1834. ♦ 

The College Album for 1832. By Students in the University 

of Glasgow. 12'» Glasg. 1832. ♦ 

The College Album for 1834. A literary miscellany, by 

Students of the University of Glasgow. 12^ Glasg. 1834. « 

AlcalA (j. de). A Grammar of the Spanish Language. 8** Lond. 
1833. ♦ 

. Alcala Yanez (oeronimo). Alonso M090 de muchos Amos. 8<* Bar- 

celonuy 1625. 
Segunda Parte. 8*» FalladoUd, 1626. 


Alckmar (ueinrich von). Reineke Vos. Nach der Liibecker Ausgabe 
vom Jahre 1498. Mit Einleitung, Glossar und Anmcrkungen von 
HofTmann von Fallersleben. 8° Breslau^ 1834. 

Reinhart Fuchs. Von Jacob Grimm. 8* 

Berlin, 1834. 

Alcocer (pedro) de. Hystoria, o descripcion dela Imperial cibddd de 
Toledo, fol. Toledo, 1554. 

Alcock (thohas). a Sennon on the late Earthquakes. 8^ Oxf. 

Alderson (m.a.)- An Essay on the Nature and Application of Steam. 
8<' Lond. 1834. ♦ 

Aldrete (Bernardo). Antiguedades de Espaiia, Africa, y otras Pro- 
vincias. ^^ Bruss, \7ZAi, 

Alexander VII. Papa, Carta para los Patriarchas, Ar9obi8pos, Obispos, 
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guide to the rudiments of the English tongue ; 2 Vol. 8° [1790.] 

The witty Parson and the twelve Highwaymen : 

a Narrative. 8° Cork, 1811. 

An amusing Summer-companion to Glanmire, 

near Cork. 8*^ Cork, 1814. 

Alexander (samuel). A practical and logical Grammar of the English 
Language. 12® Lond. 1832. « 

Alexander (william), Earl of Sterline, Aurora; containing the 
first fancies of tlie Author's youth. 4° Lond, Richard Field, 1604. 

A Paraenesis to the Prince. 

4» Lond. Richard Field, 1 604. 

The Monarchicke Trage- 

dies. Newly enlarged. 4° Lond. 1607- 

Algiers. Copias de las tres ultimas Cartas de los Administradores de 
los Reales Hospitales de Argel, y Tunez. 4" [1756.] 

Algoritiimus. AlgorithmusIntegrorum,cumprobis annexis. 4" [Lit. Goth.] 

Alise. Souvenirs d'une Visite aux Ruines d*Alise et au Chateau de 
Bussy-Rabutin. 8" Troyes, 1833. 

Allan Breck [By G. R. Glcig]; 3 Vol. 12° Lond. 1834, « 

Allan (georgk). Life of Sir Walter Scott, Baronet; with critical 
notices of his writings. 8° Edinb. 1 834. 4t 

Allan (robert). A Manual of Mineralogy. S*^ Edinb. 1831. mt 


Alleoiance. The Case of the People of England in their present Cir- 
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by the oath of Allegiance. 4*^ Land. 1689. 

Just Principles of complying with the new Oath of Alle- 
giance. 4>^ Lond. 1689. 

• The new Oath of Allegiance justified, from the original 

constitution of the English monarchy. 4° Lond. 1689. 

Reflections upon a late Book, entituled, " The Case of 

Allegiance considered." 4^ Lond, 1689. 

A full Answer to all the popular Objections for not taking 

the Oath of Allegiance to their present Majesties. 4^ Lond, 1689. 

Allen (samuel james). Lectures in Defence of the Church of England. 
8<» Lond. 1 834. « 

Allen (william). A Treatise on an original System of cultivating 
Cucumbers, Melons, and Sea Kale, forcing Broccoli, Potatoes, &c, 
&c. 8" Ipswich, 4t 

Allibond (john). a Ballad in Macaronic Latin, entitled Rustica 
Descriptio Visitationis Fanaticae. With preface and notes. 8° Oxf, 
1834. « 

Allom (samuel r.). a Memoir of Richard Hatch ; interspersed with 
select remains. 1 2^ Lond. 1 834. « 

Almanacks. 146 Volumes of English Almanacks, from 1696 to 1830. 

Almanach Royal et National pour 1834. S° Par, 1834. 

The British Almanack for 1834. 12« Lond. « 

The British Diamond Almanack for 1835. 16® Lond. ♦ 

= — The British Penny Almanack for 1835. 16° Lond, « 

The British Working-Man's Almanac for 1835. 16® 

Lond. « 

Cheshire, Lancashire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, and North 

Wales Almanack for 1834. fol. Lond. « 

A Companion to the Almanack for 1833. 8® Lond, « 

Companion to the American Almanac, or repository of 

useful knowledge for 1834. 8® Boston^ U. S., London, 

Cornwall, Devonshire, Somersetshire, and Dorsetshire 

Almanack for 1834. fol. Lond. « 

The Englishman's Almanack for 1 834. 12° Lond, « 

— The Gentleman's Diary, an Almanack for 1834. 12® 

Lond. 4t 

Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Mon- 

mouthshire, and South Wales Almanack for 1834. fol. Lond. « 
— Goldsmith's Almanack for 1834. 16® Lond. # 


Almanacks. The Ladies* Diary, or complete Almanack for 1834. 12** 
Lond. # 

The London Almanack for 1834. #. ih, # 

Merlinus Liberatus. An Almanack for 1 834. By John 

Partridge. 12^ Zonrf. « 

Middlesex, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Surrey, and Sussex 

Almanack for 1834. fol. Lond. « 

Moore's Almanack improved for 1833. 12° Chiswick, « 

1834. 12^ Chiswick. 4^ 

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Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Isle of Ely, Hunting- 
donshire, and Bedfordshire Almanack for 1834. fol. Lond, % 

The People's Almanack for 1835. fol. Lond. « 

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Rider's British Merlin for 1834. 12° Lond. # 

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shire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, and Derbyshire Almanack for 
1834. fol. Lond. « 

White's Ccelestial Atlas ; or, a new and improved Ephemeris 

for 1834. By Olinthus Gregory. 12" Lond. # 

Wills's complete Clerical Almanack for 1834. 12° 


Wiltshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, and Buck- 

inghamshire Almanack for 1834. fol. Lond. 4t 
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Yorkshire, Durham, Northumberland, Westmorland, and 

Cumberland Almanack for 1834. fol. Lond. « 

Almodovar ( — ) Conde de. A' los Mili tares del Octavo Distrito Militar. 
4° Valencia^ 9 de Julio, 1822. s. sh. 

Alnander (s. j.) et Kindahl (petrus). Historia Librorum prohibitorum 
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Alphonsus a Spina. Fortalitium Fidei. fol. [Argent, circa 1473.] 

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Alvarez (francisco). Noticia del Establecimiento y Poblacion de las 
Colonias Inglesas en la America Septentrional. 4° Madr. 

Amadis di Gaula. I quattro Libri di Amadis di Gaula. 8° Fen. 1572. 


Amateur Musical Festival, Exeter Hall. 1834. Second performance. 
4<* Land. ♦ 

Third performance. 4P Lond, ♦ 

AyLBROSJVSf S.ArchiepiscopusMediolanensis. Opera. Studio ct labore Mo- 
nachorum Ordinis S. Bcnedicti. Hac novissima Veneta editione aucta ; 
8 Tom. 4« Ven. 1781, 2. 

Vita gloriose Virginis Agnetis ; 

(item) Passio Sanctorum Martyrum Vitalis et Agricole. 4° [Mediolanif 
C. Faldarfer, 1 474 ; ex edit, trium librorum de officiis D. Ambrosii ab 
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America. A Discourse concerning the Currencies of the British Planta- 
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— El Jardin de Falerina. Comedia. 4". 

Dicha, y Desdicha del Nombre. 

Comedia. 4". 

media. 4" Semlla. 

media famosa. 4". 

es cierto. 4". 

Vozes. 4". 

Amor y Fortuna. 4". 

De ima tausa dos Efectos. Co- 
Amar despues de la Muerte. Co- 
Comedia famosa. De nunca lo Peor 
Comedia famosa. Del Secreto a 
Comedia famosa. De los Lances de 
El Garrote mas bien dado. Co- 

media famosa. 4". 

— Comedia famosa. El Golfo dc laif 

^irenas. Egloga Piscatoria. 4". 



Calderon de la Baeca (pedro). £1 Impossible mas facil. Comediar 
famosa. 4^ 

-^^— — — La Critica del Amor. Coroedia 

famosa. 4®. 

famosa. 4". 

famosa. 4**. 

Otorga. 4^ 

mosa. 4°. 

Comedia famosa. 4'. 

La Desdicha de la Voz. Comedia 

La Dicha del Retraydo. Comedia 
La gran Comedia. Quien Calla 
L^ Vida es Sueno. Comedia fa- 
Tambien ay Duelo en las Damas. 

Venganzas. 4°. 

media. 4°. 

famosa. 4°. 

4** Barcelona, 1763. 

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No ay Burlas con el Amor. Co- 

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Comedia famosa. La gran Cenobia. 

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Comedies. Comoedia Hibaldeha von einem Edelman welcher einem Abt 
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Comedia famosa. A lo que obliga un Agravio. Por otro 

titulo : Las Hermanas Vandoleras. De dos Ingenios. 4® BarieL 

Las Auroras de SeviUa. Comedia famosa. De tres Inge- 

nios. 4^. 

Comedia famosa. Tambien tiene el Sol menguante. De 

tres Ingenios. 4to. 


Comedies. El Sitio de Olivenza. Comedia famosa. De un Ingenio de 

esta Corte. 4°. 
La mas Hidalga Hermosura. Comedia. De tres Ingenios. 4°. 

Mas 68 el Ruido que las Nueces, y el Relox toque su hora. 

Comedia famosa, de un Ingenio Sevillano. [Francisco Vances Can- 
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Comedia famosa. La Luz del Sol de Oriente, San Ignacio 

en Paris. De un Ingenio de esta Corte. 4^. 

Comedia nueva. El Esclavo de su Amor, y el ofendido 

vengado. Compuesta por una Sefiora de esta Corte. 4". 

Comedia nueva. El Espa&ol de Oran. Escrita por un In- 

genio Militar. [Miguel de Barrios.] 4^ 

El Miralo Todo en CastiUa, en Napoles, y en Sicilia. Co- 

media nueva. Primera Parte. De un Ingenio SeviUano. 4^ 

La gran Comedia, El Monstruo de la Fortuna, Lavandera 

de Napoles, Felipa Catanea. De tres Ingenios. 4^ 

Las Quatro Estrellas de Roma : y £1 Martirio mas san- 

griente ; San Eustachio. Comedia. De un Ingenio de Talavera la 
Real. 4® Barcelona. 

Comedia famosa. El Diablo Predicador, y mayor contrario 

Amigo. De un Ingenio de esta Corte. 4° Barcelona. 

Comedia famosa. La Bandolera de Italia, y Enemiga de 

los Hombres. De un Ingenio de esta Corte. 4^ Barcelona. 

Comedia famosa. Vida, y Muerte del Cid, y noble Martin 

Pelaez. De un Ingenio de Corte. 4® Madr, 

—. Comedia famosa. Morir en la Cruz con Christo. De un 

Ingenio de esta Corte. 4*^ Salamanca. 

Comedia famosa. Cada qual con su cada qual. De un 

Ingenio Complutense. 4® Salamanca. 

Comedia famosa. A un tiempo Rey, y Vassallo. De tres 

Ingenios. 4° Salamanca. 

El Rey D. Alfonso el de la Mano Horadada. Comedia fa- 

mosa ; de un Ingenio de esta Corte. 4° Madr. 

El Hijo de los Leones. Comedia famosa, de un Ingenio 

de la Corte. 4» SeviUa. 

La Gran Comedia, Mas triunfa el Amor rendido. De 

tres Ingenios. 4® Sevilla. 

Travesuras son Valor. Comedia famosa, de tres Ingenios. 

4<> Sevilla. 

Reinar por obedecer. Comedia famosa^ de tres Ingenios. 

4<^ Sevilla. 

No hai Reino como el de Dios. Comedia nueva, de tres 

Ingenios. 4° Sevilla, 


Comedies. No ay contra el Amor Encantos. Comedia fainosa, de tres 
Ingenios. 4® Sevilla. 

Doncella, Viuda, y Casada. Comedia famosa, de un In- 

genio de esta Corte. 4^ Sevilla, 

La mejor Luna Africana. Comedia famosa de tres Ingenios. 

40 Sevilla. 

La Dama Muda. Comedia famosa, de un Ingenio de esta 

Corte. 4" Sevilla. 

Comedia famosa. El mas dichoso Prodigio. De un Ingenio 

de esta Corte. 4^ Sevilla. 

Comedia famosa. Las Visperas Sicilianas. De tres Inge- 

nios. 4^ Valladolid, 

Comedia famosa. Tambien Zaragoza es Cielo, y el Martyrio 

de S^' Engracia. De un Ingenio. 4^ Salamanca. 

Comcedia vetus (Dutch). 4°. 

Comedia famosa. Enfermar con el Remedio. De tres 

Ingenios. 4^ Valladolid. 

El meior de los mciores Libros que ban salido de Comedias 

nuevas. 15 Partes; 4® Madr. 1653-60. 

Comedia famosa. Don Juan de Espina en Milan. Segunda 

Parte. De un Ingenio de esta Corte. 4® Madr, 1730. 

Comedia famosa. Estrago de Odio, y Amor. Eneas, y 

Dido. De un Ingenio Cathalan. 4* Barcelona^ 1733. 

Indice general alfabetico de todos los titulos de Comedias, 

que se ban escrito por varios autores, antiguos, y modemos, y de los 
Autos Sacramentales, y alegoricos^ assi de Don Pedro Calderon de la 
Barca, come de otros autores clasicos. Af^Madr. 1735. 

Comedia nueva, intitulada: La Rosa de Alexandria Santa 

Eugenia. De un Ingenio de esta Corte. 4° Madr. 1735. 

Comedia famosa. Iris de Paz en la Europa, y Soledad en 

la Corte. De un Ingenio de Cadiz. 4® Madr. 1736. 

Tbe Universal Passion. [By James Miller.] 8®Zonrf. 1737. 

L'Oracle. Comedie en un acte. [Par Germain Francois 

Poullain de Saint-Foix.] 8« Par. 1740. 

Comedia nueva. Pluma, Purpura, y Espada, solo en Cis- 

neros se balla, y Restauracion de Oran^ De un Ingenio de esta Corte. 
4« Madr. 1740. 

Comedia nueva. El Valor nunca vcncido, y Hazanas de 

Juan de Arevalo. [De Francisco Escoti.] 4° Madr. 1743. 

Comedia famosa. Tambien ay Duelo en los Santos. [Dc 

Juan Salvo.] 4" Madr. 1744. 


Comedies. Comedia famosa. A scr Rey ensena un Angel. De un 
Ingenio de esta Corte. 4® Madr, 1746. 

: Comedia famosa. El Capucbino^ Espafiol. De un Ingenio 

de esta Corte. 4^ Madr. \7 4^7. 

Comedia nueva. La Charpa mas vengativa, y Guapo Bal- 

tasaret De un Ingenio Valenciano. 4® Madr. 1747. 

Comedia nueva. El Assombro de Xeres, Juana la Rabicor- 

tona. De un Ingenio de esta Corte. 4° Madr. 1748. 

Segunda Parte. De un Ingenio. 

4« FaUnda, 1769. 

Comedia nueva. Dos veces Madre de un Hijo, Santa 

Monica, y Conversion de San Agustin. De un Ingenio de esta Corte. 
40 Madr. 1748. 

Comedia famosa. La Prudencia en la Niiiez. De un 

Ingenio de esta Corte. 4^ Madr. 1749. 

Comedia nueva. El Alcides de la M ancha, y famoso Don 

Quixote. De un Ing^enio de esta Corte. 4* Madr. 1750. 

El buen Pagador es Dios. Comedia. De un Ingenio de 

esta Corte. 4* Madr. 1751. 

Lo que vale ser devotos de San Antonio de Padua. Comedia. 

De un Ingenio de esta Corte. 4^ Madr. 1751. 

Comedia famosa. Juez^ y Reo de su Causa. De un Ingenio 

de esta Corte. 4* Madr. 1751. 

Comedia famosa. A cada passo un peligro. De un Ingenio 

de esta Corte. [Los Figueroas.] 4" Madr. 1754. 

Comedia famosa. Hados, y Lados hacen dichosos, y desdi- 

chados. De un Ingenio de esta Corte. 4'* Madr. 1 755. 

Comedia famosa. El Negro del Cuerpo bianco, y el Etclavo 

de su Honra. De un Ingenio de esta Corte. 4^ Madr. 1756. 

— Cumplirle a Dios la palabra. Comedia. De un Ingenio 

de esta Corte. 4^ Barcelona, 1756. 

— Comedia famosa. El falso Nuncio de Portugal. De un 

Iilgenio de esta Corte. [Joseph Canizares.] 4^ Madr. 1759. 

Comedia famosa. La Muerta por el Honor. De un In- 

genio. 4^ Valencia f 1761. 

Comedia famosa. El Fenix de E^pafia, S. Francisco de 

Boija. De un Ingenio. 4° Valencia, 1762. 

Comedia famosa. La Condesa Perseguida, y el Capuchino 

Escoc^s. De un Ingenio. 4° Valencia, 1762. 

Comedia famosa. Conquista de Valencia, por el Rey D. 

Jaime. De un Ingenio Valenciano. 4" Valencia, 1762. 



Comedies. Comedia famosa. Duelos de Amor, y Desden, en Papel, 
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— Comedia nueva. El Anillo de Giges, y Maxico Rey de 

Lidia. Tercera Parte. De un Ingenio. 4^ Valencia, 1764. 

Comedia famosa. La Fuerza de la Sangre, y Amor hace 

hablar los Mudos. De ires Ingenios. 4** Valencia, 1 764. 

Comedia nueva. El Lucero de Madrid, y divino Labrador, 

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Comedia nueva. El Rey Enrique el Enfermo. De un In- 

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Comedia famosa. Siempre hay que embidiar amando. [De 

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Comedia famosa. La Perla de Inglaterra^ y Peregrina de 

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Comedia famosa. El Hijo Prodigo. De tres Ingenios. 

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Otave morali essemplari, e ridicolose. 8* Bologna. 

Vanti di duoi Villani ciod Sandron, e Burtlin sopra le 

astutie tenute da essi nel vendere le castellate quest' anno. 8*^ Bo^ 

Intrichi^ rumori, chiacchiare, viluppi, e firacassi, che si 

fanno nella citteL di Bologna al tempo delle Vendemie. 8^ Bologna. 

Veglia Camevalesca. 8^ Bologna. 

Gianicco Caccia Mosche^ Ambasciator del Freddo, k 

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Lodi delle pullite, et leggiadre Caldirane. 8* Bologna* 

Canzone nuova, e ridicolosa sopra i Sughi, che s'usano 

di fare al tempo della Vendemia, in queste parti, 8® Bologna. 

Lamento di tutte le Arte del Mondo, et di tutte le CitteL 

e Terre d' Italia, per le poche &cende, che si fanno alia giomata. 8° 

— ^ II Lamento di Pontighino Ladro femoso. 8* Bologna. 

Secreti di Medicina mirabilissimi del poco Eccell. e tutto 

Ignorante M. Agresto de' Bruschi. 8^ Bologna. 

8° Bologna, 1635. 

Canzone di Madonna Disdegnosa sorella di Madonna 

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II Parlamento de gl' Animali et altre cose insensibili, che 

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La trionfante Vittoria della Quaresima contra il Camo- 

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Croce (o. c). Barzeletta nova, sopra le Cortigiane, che vanno in mas- 
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Proposte e Risposte &tte fra huomini, e donne. 8° Bo- 

Scatola Historiata* 8" Bologna. 

Disputa fra Cola> e Arlichino. 8® Bologna. 

Dialogo piacevolissimo, fra 11 dua costumatissinii, e ben 

creati M. Asino, e M. Porco, sopra Pabondanza de Meloni. 8^ Bo- 

Rime compassionevoli, pietose e divote sopra la Passione, 

Morte, e Risurrettione del nostro Signor Giesu Cristo, ciod il primo 
Canto deir Ariosto tradotto in spirituale. 8* Fiterbo. 

. II Battibecco overo Cicalamento, et Chiacharamento che 

8*odono fare fra loro certe Donnette mentre stanno a lavare i panni a 
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— . La Discordia Confusa. Dialoghi tre. Per la pace fatta 

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Comiato dato da i Beccari ai Pescatori nel fine di Qua- 

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Alfabetto de Giuocatori, in ottava rima. Opera morale. 

S^ Bologna, 1611. 

La Cantina Fallita. 8° Bologna, 1611. 

L'Alba d'Oro consolatrice del Croce. 8" Bologna, 1614. 

Breve Compendio de' casi piu notabili occorsi nella Citt^ 

di Bologna. 8° Bologna, 1615. 

La Topeide. 8» Bologna, 1616. 

Mascherate piacevolissime. 8" ^o^^na, 1616. 

. Contrasto piacevole fra TEstate, e il Verno. 8* Bologna, 


Dialogo novo, e non piu sentito fra la Mantina, e Gior- 

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II Festino del Barba Bigo dalla Valle. 8» Bologna, 1617. 

Innamoramento di Giulio Cesare Croce, e da lui mede- 

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I venti Humori overo Cervelli delle Donne appropriati a 

venti Genij, e Epitetti loro. 8° Bologna, 1617. 

Pronostico perpetuo et infallibile composto per Teccel- 

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Scaramuccia grandissima occorsa nuovamente nella Citta 

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La solenne et trionfante Entrata dello squaquaratissimo, 

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Abbattimento terribile, e tremendo, fatto fra il Si, e il 

No. 8^ Bologna, 1620. 

Comparationi gentilissime sopra reccellenza, grandezza, 

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La Gravita et Generosita del Hue. 8® Padova, e Bo- 

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— La Nobilta e Trofei dell* Asino. 8*^ Padova, e Bologna, 


La Compagnia de' Macinati i quali si sono imbarcati a 

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Dialogo fra Mad. Pressia Maestra da Scuola, e la Com- 

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Banchetto de' Malcibati. Comedia dell* Academico 

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Sbandimento, Esamine, e Processo del fraudolente, inso- 

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Bravate, Razzate, et Arcibulate del Arcibravo Smedola. 

8<^ Bologna, 1628. 

Selva di Esperienza, nella quale si sentono mille, e piu 

Proverbi. 8® Bologna, 1628. 

Chiacchiaramenti, Viluppi, Intrichi, Travagli, e Crida- 

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Disgratie di Bartolino della Zena. 8** Bologna, 1630. 

Processo overo Esamine di Camevale. ^^ Bologna, 1630. 

Dialogo galante, fra una madre coropasionevole^ e una 

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— Le Nozze del Zane, in Lingua Bergamasca. 8^ Bologna, 




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o sottennem Cooibiioiie, aopia la morte di 

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i sopra tutd i tzaffidii e negodi, cbe si 

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aDe Cordgiane, cbe hod possono andare in 

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I Freschi deUa Villa. 8* BoJo^rao, 1654. 

Lamento de' Villani fatto da loro I'anno, cbe andd il 

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- Canzone della Police ridicoloaa, e beDa. 8* Boiognaf 
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B* Bologna, 1655. 

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Testamento di Marchion Petola nel partirsi da Bologna : 

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Avisi burleschi di piu Citta. 8» Bologna, 1657. 

II giocondo, e florido Convito fatto nelle sontuose Nozze 

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Tragedia in Comedia fra i bocconi da grasso, e quei da 

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Avisi burleschi, venuti da diverse parti del Mondo. 8® 

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Caso compassionevole e lacrimoso Lamento di due in- 

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Lacrime del Peccatore al Crocifisso. 8° Bologna, e Ma^ 

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4* Gravenhaget 1610. 

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Copye van de Procuratien ghegheven van 

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Het Secreet des Conings van Spangien, 

Philippus II. achter-ghelaten aen zijnen Soone, in*t licht ghebracht 
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[Another Edition.] 

Ordinancie raeckende de collectatie vanden 

thienden penninck inde graefschap van Holland. 4*^ Leyden^ 1558. 

Placcaet vanden thienden penninck in Hol- 

lant. 4^ Haerlem,15e\. 

Placaet vanden Slachturfuen in Hollant 

4'' Haerlem, 1561. 

Placcaet ghemaect opt stuck vande brandt- 

•tichters, moordenaers, verraders, kerckroovers, dieuen ende andere 
dierghelijcke quaetdoenders. 4° Antwerpen, 1562. 

Placcaet ende ordonnancie beroerende de 

Vagabonden, Ledichgangers, enz. 4^ Deljl, 1563, 


Placcaet tot extirpatie der secten in zijnen 

erfnederlanden. 4'' Delft, 1563. 

■ Placcaet beroerende de Navigatie. 4* Delfts 


Placcaet beroerende vant Cooren ende 

andere greynen. 4^ Deljl, 1565. 

Verbot ende interdictie opt* stuck vander 

Jacht in Brabant. 4<^ 1568. 

. Placcaet beroerende die Goeden vande 

gevangenen wit sake vanden voorleden Perverten ende Seditien. 4^ 
Delji, 1568. 

Ordinantie op tstuck vander collectatie van- 

den hondersten penninc vande ruerende ende onruerende goeden by 
de Staten vande landen van herwertsovere geaccordeert. . 4* Bruesiel^ 

Ordinancie aengaende de Printers, Boeck- 

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Philip II., King of Spain, Ordinancie op tstuck vande criminele Jus- 
ticie inde Nedcrlanden. 8^ Antwerpen, 1570. 

Ordinancie aengaende den ityl generaeU 

diemen voirtaen sal onderhouden inde procedueren vande criiumele 
zaken inde Nederlanden. 4® 1570. 

Ordinancie op tstuck van de CoUectatie van 

den thienden ende twintichsten penninck vande vercoopinge van alle 
ruerende ende onruerende goeden. 4" Antwerpen, 1571. 

Placcaet op tstuck vander opheve vanden 

thienden ende twintichsten penninck van de vercoopinge van alle rue- 
rende ende onruerende goeden. 4^ Bruessele^ 1571. 

Ordonnance sur le fait de Creation des 

Rentes en Grains et semblables Contracts. 4° Anvers, 1571. 

Placcaert et Ordonnance, par lequel il eat 

defendu de converser, traicter, ou negotier avecq aulcuns Rebelles. 
4* Bruxelles, 1572. 

Placcaet ende Ordinantie tegens die Cri- 

jechsluyden, die hen vuyten leger ende crijechdienst absenteren. 4^ 
Antwerpen^ 1572. 

Placcaet aengaende de Annotatie, opscrij- 

vinge, saisissement, toeslach ende denunciatie vande ruerende ende 
onruerende goeden enz. 4** Bntessele, 1572. 

Placcaet ende Ordinancie op tstuck ende 

verbot van tvuytvueren van tCooren ende graen buyten de landen 
van herwertsovere. 4*^ Bruessele, 1573. 

Exemplaire des Lettres Patentes par les- 

quelles sa Majeste donne pardon general a cause des Troubles adve- 
nues dans les Pays-Bas. 4^ Bnucelles, 1574. 

Placcaet ende Ordonnantie opt feyt vande 

Reductie vande Renten gehypoteceert op de Stadt van Antwerpen. 4*^ 
Antwerpen, 1575. 

Placcaet ende Ordinantie opt stuck vander 

CoUectatie van eenen hondersten penninck vande roerende ende on- 

roerende goeden, geaccordeert byde Staten van herwertsovere. 4^ 
Bruesseley 1576. 

Placcaet op de guijtscheldinge van een 

zes tended vanden hondersten penninck. 4® Bruessele^ 1576. 
Ordonnancie aen de cainere van den Rade 

in Hollandt, raeckende de munten. 4^ Delft^ 1576. 

Placcaet aengaende d'opscrijven ende aen- 

veerden vanden goeden van den ghenen die aenhanghen Don Johan 
van Oistenrijck. 4" Bruessele, 1577. 


Philip II., King of Spain. Placcaet des Conincx op t' verhoogen Tande 
goude ende silvere Munte loop hebbende inde landen van herwa»t- 
sovere. 4^ Antmerpen^ 1577. 

4® Antwerpeny 1579. 

Ordinantie op de onderhoudenisse vande 

Pacificatie van Ghendt enz. 4® Antwerpenj 1578. 

Ordonnancie op t' feyt vander Munte loop 

hebbende inde landen van herwaertsover. 4® Antwerpen, 1579. 
■ 4" Antwerpen, 1585. 

Ban vuytgegaen by den Coninck tegens 

Wilhelm van Nassau Prince van Oraignyen. 4^ Hertoghenbosch, 1580. 

— _— — — Placcaet vanden thienden ende twintichsten 

Penninck. 4® Brussels 1581. 

: Placcaet gemaect opte Quij tscheldinghe ende 

Moderatie vanden Pachten^ Renten, Commeren enz. 4® Antwerpen^ 

Ordinantie om te verhoeden ende beletten 

alle abuysen ende monopolien opt stuck vanden granen. 4® Ant- 
werpen, 1586. 

Ordinantie teghens de ghene die sonder 

wettighe redene verwecken, vueren ende sustineren onghefondeerde 
processen. 4" Antwerpen^ 1586. 

— Verclaringhe des Conincx voorde executie 

van zijn Placcaet roerende de vereeningbe van syne Ondersaten mette 
Catholijcke Kercke. 4° Delff, 1587. 

, Fr. 4» Delff, 1587. 

Ordinantie opt stuck vande Testamenten. 

4* Antwerpen^ 1587. 

Placaet des Conincx op het Vereenighen 

zijner Ondersaten tot de Catholijcke Kercke. 4® Delf, 1588. 

Extract van tghene den Conine van Spang- 

nien heefl doen voughen byde publicatie vande leste Jubilee. 4® Delf, 

■ Edict aengaende het houden vande Caba- 

retten. 4® Antwerpen, 1589. 

Placcaert provisioneel opt feyct ende loop 

vander Munten. 4" Antwerpen, 1590, 

Placcaet raeckende het visiteren ende segelen 

vande Ingelsche Lakenen, Cariseyen> Baeyen ende Stametten. 4* 
Antwerpen, 1592. 


Philip III., King of Spain. Placcaet belanghende de openinghe ende 
restauratie vanden Traffijck ende Coopmanshandel van Spangien 
mette Landen van herwaerts-over. 4" Bruesself 1 603. 

Placcaet des Conincx van Spaengien teg- 
hens de Ingheboorne Nederlanders residcrende in Portugael ende 
anderc Zee-steden vanden Coningh. 4® 160j. 

Placcaet wtgegheven in Valladolid, den 1 1 

Decembris 1604 (aengaende de Traficquc vande Nederlanden). 4* 

Placcaet tegbens de Ingheboorne Neder- 

landers residerende in Portugael. 4° 1605. 

Vorclaringhe van wcglien bet handelen der 

Hoochduytscher Coopmanscbappen comende in Spangien. 4" 1606. 

Verclaringe aen de Cooplieden ende Nego- 

tianten in Spaengnien ende Portugael. 4^ Middelhurgh^ 1607. 
Missive ofte Placcaet aenden Hertoch van 

Lerma aengaende bet bannen ende verjaghen vande Moriscos, wt den 
Spaenschen overghesct door J. H. Van Linscboten. 4° 1609. 

Auto do Juramento que et Rey Dom Phe- 

lippe, scgundo dcste nome, fez aos trcs Estados deste Reyno. 4* 
LisboGf 1619. 

Philip V., King of Spain. [Manifesto.] fol. Plusencia, 30 Abrilf 1704. 

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Reply to a Letter from the Rev. A. Brandram^ M.A. 

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Platt (t. pell). Thoughts. I. On certain Old Testament prophecies 
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Plot. The Compendium ; or, a short view of the late tryals in relation 
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No Protestant Plot ; or, the present pretended conspiracy of 

Protestants, discovered to be a conspiracy of the Papists. 4° Lond. 

Plumbe (samuel). An Address to the Governors of Christ's Hospital, 
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Plutarchus. Vitae decem Oratorum. Recognovit, annotationem cri- 
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Poetry. Amor Ebrius. Elegia. [Auctore Carolo Raviot.] 4", 

Christo Nascenti. 4^ 

Divo Petro, Ecclesise Parochialis Beatae Mariee a Bono 

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Victori Condffio, ex Belgio reduci. [Odse tres, auctore 

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The Garland of Good- Will : divided into three parts. 8" 


The Gathering of the Unions. The American Flag ; and other 

poems. 12^ Lond, 4^ 

Liberty deposed, or the western election ; a satirical poem : in 

three books. 8^ Lond, 

On the Plum Pudding Stone. By H. P. 4' Scarborough. 

Robin Hood's Garland. Containing his merry exploits, and 

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Leggenda di S. Elena Imperadrice Madre di Costantino Impe- 

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Le Miserie ct Struscie de gli sventurati Litiganti. Et insieme li 

Peccatigli de gli Awocati. 8*^ Ven, 

Romance, que declara el naval aparato de la Expedicion> que 

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Banquete das Dan^as que para a sua das Regateiras, fravicou 

a Mestra Brazia Martins : com huma Rela9ao curiosa dos milagres de 
sua vida. Romance. 4^. 

Carta a hum Amigo, descrevendo a velhice de huma sege tal 

como esta. Romance. 4^ 

Desgarre da Fran9a e Reposta que deu ao Casquilho. 4°. 

Dialogo em que fallam o Boy Mono, Porco Orelhudo, e Car- 

neiro Peludo que estao sobre o portal do A9ougue, descutindo as suas 
prozapias. 4^. 

Embargos para que as Cozinheiras nam vam ver os Touros. 4^. 

A Festividade que o Cenado da Camera de Lisboa faz, na 

Pra9a do Terreiro do Pa9o, em louvor do Senhor S^. Antonio. Ro- 
mance hiroico. 4'. 

Jocoscria, e nova Rela9ao dos successos, e movimentos acon- 

tecidos em 1 1 de Setembro de 1 752, terceiro dia de Touros. 4^ 

Letras para minuete compostas por duas Fran9as, que por fatta 

de dinheiro nao vao ver os Touros. 4^. 

■ Mappa Curiozo das vistozas entradas, e dan9as, que hao de 

preceder aos combates de Touros, que no terreiro do Pa90 se had de 
combater nos primeiros trez dias. 4^. 


Poetry. Noticia verdadeira dos sentidos lamentos, com que o raarido 
que vendeu a saya, e o manto da mulher, se queixa, porque esta Ihe 
fugio de casa. 4®. 

Nova Rela9ain com aplauzos ao Senado. 4*. 

Nova Rela^am da disputa que teve Caspar Mendes, Aprendis 

de ^apateiro, com seu Mestre Godinho Henriques, e sua mulher Jo- 
anna Sigurelha, sobre o ir ver os Touros. 4* Catalumna, 

Segunda Parte. 4®. 

Nova RelaQam da Festa de Touros, Pre^os dos Palanques, dis- 

crip9ao dos Garros, e ordcm das entradas. 4^. 

Nova Rela9am da segunda parte das PetiQoens, que fizerao as 

muleheres aos maridos, filhas aos pays^ criadas as amas, pretas as 
senhoras, para as deixarem ir ver os segundos tres dias de Touros. 4*. 

Nova RelaQam das Queixas, que faz com justa razao, o Apollo 

do Terreiro do Pa90, contra todos os Casquilhos, Fandangos, Jarretas, 
etc. 4^ Catalumna. 

Nova Rela9am de hum grande caso oculto, que succedeo em o 

Terreiro do Pa90, em o primeiro dia da festividade dos Touros. 4® 

Nova Rela9am de huma disputa que teve huma Couveira, com 

huma Cozinheira na tarde dos touros. 4®. 

Nova Rela9am de huma Resposta, que mandou o Apollo do 

Rocio a Nectumo Maneta do Terreiro do Pa90. 4^ 
— — Nova Rela9am, Desengano do Povo. 4^ 

Nova Rela9am, do Espalhafato Terreste que houve, andando 

o Diabo em caza do Alfacinha com D. Ignez d'Orta do Campo, ja 
velha por ser antiga. Romance. 4^ 

Nova Rela9am em que se queixam as Fran9as dos seus 

Amantes. 4°. 

Nova Rela9am intitulada Modos com que os caixeiros furtam 

aos seus amos, e os filhos a seus Pays, e os estudantes enganaS as 
Mays e dos officiaes que hao dem entrar a ver os touros, com alguns 
aplauzos as Fran9as que os forem ver. 4^ 

Nova Rela9am. Segunda Parte do minuete. 4^ 

Nova'Rela9ao verdadeira Noticia^ que hum curioso da Cidade 

de Lisboa mandou a outro de Sevilha em que Ihe da conta das Festas 
de Touros. 4*^ Catalumna. 

Novas Alegrias do Povo de Lisboa ; contentamcnto universal 

da quarta tarde de Touros, Coral poetico, e historico. 4^ 

Novas Decimas feitas a grande Bulha que tuve Joao Fradique 

Mestre Borrador de Rotulas, e ensigne em fazer Carassas com sua 
mulher D. Fufia da Costa, por esta querer hir ver os Touros. 4®. 

Peti9am que fazem as Lavandeiras ao Congresso das Dan9as 

para serem admettidas nellas* 4*^. 


Poetry. Queixas de hum Casquilho contra as Fra9a8 que mijando no 
camarote, Ihe deitarao a perder hum Xapeo de Pelusa, e hum veatido 
de Melania. Romance. 4^ 

Queixas do Povo contra os Ratos pelo sacrOego attrevimento, 

com que roerao os Garros Triunfantes. Romance. 4^. 

Razoens formadas no Escriptorio da razam, contra a semrazam 

dos Embargos ; que escreve Estevam Pereyra. 4*^ Lisb. 

Rela^am curioza em que conta das Dan9as e Garros Triun- 

fantes, e mais aprestes, que hao de assistir ds devertidas tardea de 
Touros, que se hao de correr no Terreiro do Pa^o. 4®. 

Relafam da Festa de Touros para dezemfado do Povo, ex- 

tremos da Goriozidade^ Proguntas^ e Repostas acerca dos effeitos. 4®. 
Rela^am da grande Bulha que o Brafo-Forte e o Rompe-Terra 

Fragatinhas do Soccorro, tiverao na fun^ao dos Touros, levando com- 
sigo a Micaela Engeitada. 4® Calahorra, 

Rela^am das Perguntas, que fez hum pdteta Saloyo as tres 

figuras, que estam em sima da porta do A^ougue ReaU que sao, hum 
Garneiro, hum Boy, e hum Porco. 4^ 

Rela9am de huma Franfa, que fugio com hum Palanqueiro na 

fun9ao dos Touros. 4^. 

Relafam do Gontentamento que teve o Povo com os primorosos 

Touros que se correrao no sugundo dia: e os agradecimentos que 
Apollo da ao supremo Senado. 4®. 

Rela9am do Despique, que tiverao, hum Gasquilho, huma 

Fran9a, e huma Griada, em certo Palanque no terceiro dia dos touros> 
Seg. feira 11 de Setembro. 4®. 

Rela9am Jocoseria de que succedeo a terceira tarde de Touros 

do Terreiro do Pa^o na dan9a das Gouveiras. 4^ 

Rela9am verdadeira da grande e magnifica Festividade com 

que no segundo dia de touros, que se contavao 4 do mez de Setembro, 
celebrou o Supremo Senado^ a feliz Aclama9ao do Rey Dom Joze 
ol. 4». 

Rela9ao contra todas as Rela9oens, que tem sahido impressas. 

depois que se fez publica a festividade de touros. E Elogios enco- 
miasticos a todos os sens Authores. 4®. 

Rela9ao de huma Mo9a de servir que furtou hum Tratante na 

quarta tarde de Touros. 4®. 

Segunda Reposta, que na segunda tarde de Touros, mandou a 

Fran9a ao Gasquilho. 4^. 

Sentimentos Publicos de todas as Fran9as na considera9ao de 

que estao acabadas as Festas de Touros. Gonsola9am Poetica. 4®. 

Terceira Rela9am da magnifica, e sumptuosa festa de Touros 

celebrada no terreiro do Pa9o, em o dia 11 do mez de Seteiiibro. 4*^. 

^88 P R I N T E D B O O K S. 

Poetry. Tragica Rela9am do Alvoroso, e miscellanea das Pessoas que 
concorrerao a ver a festa dos Touros no Terreiro do Pa^o. Dedicada 
a D. Quixote de la Mancha^ por seu Criado, Sancho-Pansa. 4*^. 

Vozes do Pranto com que liuma mulher se queixa do marido, 

porque Ihe vendeu o manto, e a saya^ para hir com a sua amiga ver os 
Touros. 4^ 

Segunda Parte. 4®. 

Colletanio di Cose nove spirituale, nel quale contiensi Sonetti, 

Laude, Capitoli, e Stantie, composte da diversi & prcclarissimi Pocti. 
8° Ven. 1557. 

Rime in lode della bellissima, & honestissima giovane, Mad. 

Girolama Palmuccia de gli Ozzerii da Macerata. 8*^ Vinegia, 1562. 

The Song of Mary, the Mother of Christ. The teares of 

Christ in the garden : with the description of heavenly Jerusalem. 
4'> ZoTirf., E. Allde, 1601. 

An Answere to a Romish Rime lately printed, and entituled. 

A proper new Ballad^ wherein are contayned Cadiolike Questions to 
the Protestant. By that Protestant Catholike, J. R. [John Rhodes.] 
4° Zonrf. 1602. 

Zwey schone geistliche Licder. 8® Braunschweig^ 1603. 

Drey schone geistliche Lieder. 8° Erffurdt, 1604. 

Les Rossignols spirituels. 12^ ValencienneSf 1610, 

The Passion of a discontented Mind. 4' Lond. 1622. 

Gropetto Amoroso, con un Sonetto, sopra le stravaganze delle 

Stagioni. Racolto da Giacomo Tallivino. 8° Brescia, 1628. 

Scielta di varie sorti d*Ottave amorose, in lingua Ccciliana, 8c 

Madrigali. Raccolte per il Chersino. 8° Brescia, 1628. 

Praelium Woeringanum. [Edidit E. Puteanus.] fol. Brux. 


Soliloquies theologicall. By J. S. Gent. 8° Lond. 1641. 

Chartae Scriptae : or, a new game at cards, calPd Play by the 

Booke. [By Edmund Gay ton.] 4® 1645. 

Well met Gossip : or, *tis merry when gossips meet. 4^ Lond, 

1656. [Lit. Goth.] 

Poems upon divers Occasions. With a character of a London 

Scrivener. [By Jeremiah Wells.] 8° Lond, 1667. 

Chaucer's Ghoast ; or, a piece of antiquity. Containing twelve 

pleasant fables of Ovid penn'd after the ancient manner of writing in 
England. Witli the history of Prince Corniger. By a lover of an- 
tiquity. S^ Lond. 1672. 


Poetry. The Day of Doom : or, a description of tlie great and last 
judgment. With a short discourse about eternity. 8° Lond. 1673. 

Odae in Guillehni Lamonii Obitum. 8® Par. 1678. 

Old Mr. Dod's Sayings, composed in verse ; by T. S. 12" 

Lond. 1678. 

War with the Devil : or, the young man's conflict with the 

powers of darkness. [In two parts.] By B. K[each.] 8" Lond. 1683. 

Catella ^grotans. Fabula. [Auctore Johanne Commire.] 

8" Par. 1689. 

Buds and Blossoms of Piety, with some Fruit'of the Spirit of 

Love. By B[enjamin] A[ntrobus.] 8'> Lond. 1691. [With a MS. 
note by Richard Heber.] 

Metrica Panegyrica Descripcion de las Fiestas, que se cele- 

braron en la Ciudad de Mexico, al Casamiento de Carlos II., con la 
Seiiora Maria-Ana Palatina del Rhin. 4*^ Mexico, 1691. 

Fortuna ad Montem-Melianum fulminans. [Auctore I. C. S. J.] 

8<> Par. 1692. 

The Miracles performed by Money ; a poem. 4° Lond. 1692. 

Bibliotheca Poetica, qua continetur primo, Ferdinandi Pos- 

thii Musa Palatina et Brandenburgica ; deinde Johan. Petri Lotichii 
Bibliotheca poetica duplex. 8° Berol. 1700. 

The Pulpit-Fool. A satyr. [By John Dunton.] 4*^ Lond. 


An Epistle from Sempronia to Cethegus. To which is added, 

Cethegus's Reply. [By George SeweU ?] 8*» Lond. 1713. 

Epigrammata a Convictoribus Collegii Dormano-Bellovaci ob- 

lata L. Antonio NoaiUes, Cardinali, et J. Antonio de Mesmes. 4*^ 

The Oxford Sermon versified. Dedicated to the Rev. Joseph 

Betty, M.A., by Jacob Gingle, Esq. 8*^ Lond. 1730. 

loirpo'j^eipoupyoij.a'xia.. Carmen, authoribus Rhetorices alumnis 

in regia Navarra. 4® 1 744. 

Hendecasyllabi. [Auctore — Collet.] 4** 1744. 

In Serenissimi Delphini Nuptias Carmina. 4" Par. 1745. 

Carmen rhythmicum, monachicum^ Momo dicatum, a rusticante 

Oxoniensi in honorem literatissimi ♦•♦•♦♦♦♦ conscriptum. 8** 
Lond. 1749. 

Carta que escreveo huma Cosinheira ao seu amante. 4" Cala- 

horra, 1752. 

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Poetry. Co]c90cns dos Versos que no scgundo triduo da Festividade de 
Touros, lan90u o Carro a que chamavao Olinipo. Primeira Cole9aTn. 
Por Joam Chrisostomo de Faria Cordeiro de Vasconcellos de Sa. 4* 
Lisb. 1752. 

— Curiosa Rela9am das Gra9as, e Dcsgra9as que dao as mulheres 

aos maridos, filhas aos pays, criadas as amas pela merce de as deix- 
arem ir ver os Touros. 4*^ Madr, 1 752. 

Jubilos de Portugal na Eleva9ao ao Tlirono de Jose I. 4* 

Madr. 1752. 

Jubilos dc Portugal na Festividade de Touros com que ap- 

plaudio o Seaado a £leva9ao ao Trono de Jose I. 4" Madr. 1752. 

Letras cncomiasticas, que tratao da Festividade dc Touros, em 

que huma prudente Portugueza refcrc a outra mana sua alguas cousas 
dignas de toda a mayor atten9ao. 4° Calahorra, 1752. 

Nova Rela9am das Supplicas que ao Supremo Senado faz o 

P® Juliam per boca das Frialeiras, come voz da quelle Povo. 4^ Ca- 
talumna^ 1752. 

Nova Rela9am dos Lustres que teve Jose Roquete das tardea 

que toureou no Terreiro do Pa90. 4° Lish. 1752. 

Nova Rela9ao das entradas das festas dc Touros que se liao de 

fazer na Cidade de Lisboa. 4" Catalumna, 1 752. 

Queixas do Marido contra sua mullier, e filhos pelo perse- 

guirem para ir ver a fun9ao dos Touros, nao tendo elle com que os 
sustentar. 4° Lisb, 1752. 

Rela9am, ou Embargos do desaggravo de todos os authores 

contra a Silva das Silvas, composta pelo ccleberrimo, e presumido 
Doutor Estevam Pereira. 4*^ Lisb, 1752. 

Resposta em despique de Apolo com muitas merces, que faz a 

Neptuno do Rocio, por satisfa9ao da Carta de pezames, que este Ibe 
mandou em 5 de Setcmbro de 1752. 4". 

A Satire upon Physicians. Or an English paraphrase, of Dr. 

King's most memorable oration. 8" Land. 1755. 

A Letter from a Rt. Hon. Person, and the Answer to it, trans- 

lated into verse. With notes. [By Arthur Murphy?] 4° Lond. 

The Conciliad : or, the triumph of patriotism. A poem ; trans- 

lated from the Latin of Tertius Quartus Quintus. 4** Lond. 1762. 

Verses addressed to no Minister. 4" Lond. 1763. 

Cam. An elegy. [By Burnaby Greene.] 4° Lond. 1 764. 

Poetarum Polonorum Carmina pastoralia ex Bibliotheca Za- 

lusciana iterum edita. 8** AUcnb, 1779. 


Poetry. Aplausos que declaran la magnanimidad de nuestras Catolicas 

Armas en dar fuego, j destruyr a los enemigos Britanicos en el cerco 

de Gibraltar. 4" Cordoba, 1781. 


Relacion que declara el feliz vencimiento que han tenido las 

Armas de Carlo III. en la restauracion de la Piaza de Panzacola, la 
Florida, y otras diferentes que va restaurando la Corona de Espana a 
el Key Britanico. 4'* Sevilla, 1781. 

Beirs Edition. The poets of Great Britain from Chaucer to 

Churchill ; 108 Vol. W Edinb. 1782-76-79. 

Choice of the best poetical Pieces of tlie most eminent English 

Poets, published by Joseph Retzer ; 4 Vol. 8" Vienna^ 1783-6. 

Carmina Linguis [xxxvii] exoticis in Honorem Dei Pueri a 

tribus Magis adorati recitata. fol. [Roma,'] 1793. 

Ode to the Rural Nymphs, written at Comb-Bank. 4** Lond. 


Trifles in Verse. 8^^ Lond. 1803. 

Composicion Poetica sobre lo ocurrido en Madrid el dia 2 de 

Mayo de 1808. P. D. M. C. B. 4« Madr. 1808. 

Portugal. A poem. In two parts. [By George Grenville, 

Lord Nugent.] 4° Lond. 1812. 

The Suffolk Garland : or, a collection of poems relative to that 

county. 8° Ipswich, 1818. 

The Fisher's Garland. [11 Pts.] 8** Newcastle, 1821-31. 

Ane Bannatyne Garlande. 8** Dunedin, 1826. 

L*Ordre des Bannerets de Bretagne et leur origine, translate 

sur le Latin, et depuis mis en rimes Fran9oises. [Public par G. Du- 
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Anciennes Poesies Fran9aises. La complainte douleureuse du 

nouveau marie. 8® Par., Didot, 1830. 

Le Debat des Lavendieres de Paris avec leur caquet. 8® 

Rouen, Abrah. Cousturier. Reimpr. Par. 1830. 

Les ditz et ventes damours. 8*. Reimpr. Par. 1830. 

Pieces of Poetry : with two dramas. Privately printed. By 

G. W. T. ; 2 Vol. 8° Chiswick, 1830. 

Poesies des xv. et xvi. siecles, publiees d'aprds des editions 

Gothiques et des manuscrits. 8^ Par. 1830-32. 

Les Presomptions des Femmes. 8° Rouen, Abr. Cousturier. 

Reimpr. Par. 1 830. 

F p 2 


Poetry. Les Commandemens de Dieu et dii Dyable avec la Remem- 
brance de la Mort. 8<» Chartres, 1851. 

Discours joyeux des Friponniers et Friponnieres. S^ Rouen. 

Reimpr. Par. 1831. 

Roman du Comte de Poitiers, publie par Francisque Michel. 

8" Par. 1831. 

La vie et trepassement de caillette. 8^ Reimpr. Par. 1831. 

Village Rhymes. 8" ZonJ. 1831. « 

The Pilgrim of Erin and other Poems. 12" Lond. 1832. » 

Le Dialogue du Fol et du Sage. S'* Par. Simon Caluarin. 

Reimpr. Par. 1833. 

Israel : a poem. In three parts. 12° Lond, 1833. « 

Le laz damour divin a viii personages. 8^^ Rouen, Thomas 

Laisne. Reimpr. Par. IS33. 

Napoleon Poeme en dix Chants. Fr. Ital. ; 2 Tom. 8" Lond. 

1833. * 
De rOustillement au Villain, (xiii® siecle.) [Publie par L. J. N. 

Monmerque.] 8° Par. 1833. 

Pauline; a fragment of a confession. 12° Zone/. 1833. « 

Rhymed Plea for Tolerance. In two dialogues. With a pre- 

fatory dialogue. [By John Kenyon.] 8° Lond. 1833. « 

The Wandering Bard, and other poems. 8° Edinh. 1833. « 

Tiptree Races : a comic punning poem. 8° Maldon, 1833. » 

Zara : or, the black death. A poem of the sea. 8° Lond. 

1833. ♦ 

Zophiel ; or, the bride of seven. By Maria del Occidente. 8° 

Lond. 1833. « 

Autumnal Leaves. By Henrietta . 8° Lond 1834. « 

Black Gowns and Red Coats, or Oxford in 1834. A satire ; 

6 Pts. 8" Lond. 1834. « 
The Bud; a collection of poems. By R. R. 12° Lond. 

1834. « 

• Captive Vigils. A poem in six cantos or vigils. 8° Lond. 

1834. « 

A Castigation for the Sectarians. The Vision of Heresies ; 

and other poems : by a Catholic Priest. 12° Lond. 1834. « 

Enigmas historical and geographical. 8° Zond. 1834. « 

Li Fablel dou Dieu d' Amours. Publie par Achille Jubinal. 

8° Par. 1834. 


Poetry. Fleurs de Poesie Moderne. Tirees des oeuvres de A. Dela- 
raartine : Victor Hugo : De Beranger : C. Delavigne. 8" Land. 

1834. « 

Ina; and other Fragments, in verse. 8° Glasg, 1834. # 

India : a poem, in three cantos. By a young Civilian of Ben- 
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Miscliief. Second section. 8^ Land, ISS'i. « 

Modern Church Reform : a poem. 8** Zowrf. 1 834. « 

O Fluminense, a poem, suggested by scenes in the Brazils. 8** 

Land. 1834. « 

The Pirate's Bride, a story of tlie Levant ; and the Lament. 

8'^ Land, 1 834. « 

Poems for Children. By a lady. 12^» Land. 1834. « 

The Reformed Ministry, and the Reformed Parh'ament. Done 

into verse by Nahum Whistlecraft, Parliamentary Poet Laureat. 8® 
Land. 1 834. « 

The Rival Sisters; with other poems. 8** Land. 1834. » 

The sacred Harp. Second series. 16" 2)t<&/. 1834. « 

Sacred Songs^ with other poems. By a layman. 12^* Land. 

1834. « 

Solitude^ a poem. 8® Zonc^. 1834. « 

Songs of the Loire and other poems. 8° Land., Paris, 

1 834. « 
The Wonders of Chaos and the Creation exemplified, a poem, 

in eight cantos. — Canto i, ii. 8*^ Land. 1834. « 

Pointer (john). A rational Account of the Weather. 8° Land. 1738. 

Poland. Letters on the Subject of the Concert of Princes, and the 
Dismemberment of Poland and France. [By Benjamin Vaughan.] 
S^'Lond. 1793. 

Memoires officielles sur la Pologne. Precis des Negociations 

entre le Marechal Paskiewitch et le Comandant en Chef de I'Armee 
Polonaise apres TEvacuation de Varsovie ; par un Temoin oculaire. 
8° Leipzig, 1 832. 

The Polish Exile, being an historical, statistical, political, and 

literary account of Poland. First quarter edited by N. F. Zaba and 
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PoLi (j. X.). Testacea utriusque Siciliae. Cum additamentis et adno- 
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Politicks. Elements of Policy, civil and ecclesiastical, in a mathematical 
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Politicks. A Series of Wisdom and Policy. Being an answer to 
politicks on both sides, &c. 8^ Lond, 1735. 

PoLiTz (k. h. l.). Die Europaischen Verfassungen seit dem Jahre 1789 
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PoLLiNius (gyrus). Flora Veronensis ; 3 Tom. 8" VcrorujBy 1822-4. 

PoLLOK (robert). Tales of the Covenanters. 12" Edinb, 1833. ♦ 

Polynesia. Progress of the Gospel in Polynesia (Southern Group). 
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Ponce (manuel). Oracion funebre, en la Muerte de Don Rodrigo 
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PoNSONBY {Hon. Richard), Bp. of Derry, A Sermon preached in 
Aid of the Royal Dispensary for Diseases of the Ear. 12** Lond. 
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PoNTincii. Argumentura generale, contra Pontificios, quo probatur 
solara scripturam sacram, rejectis traditionibus non scriptis, esse prin- 
cipium cognoscendi veritates divinas, eruditorum examini submissum 
a Simone Zelote. 4^ 

Poor. The Form of a Petition, submitted to those who desire to sub- 
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Considerations on several Proposals, lately made for the better 

Maintenance of the Poor. [By Charles Gray.] 4" Lond. 1 75 1 . 

General Report of the Committee of Subscribers for the Relief 

of the Poor in London. With Appendix. 8° Lond. 1800. 

Observations on the Morals of the Poor. 12° Lond. 1834. » 

Poor Laws. The Act for the Amendment and better Administration 
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The Nature and Design of the New Poor Laws explained, 

in an Address to the Labouring Classes. By a Norfolk Clergyman. 
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A Letter to Lord Althorp, on the Bill for amending the 

Poor Laws. 8° Lond. 1834. « 

Hints on the Mal-administration of the Poor Laws : with 

a plan for bringing the collection and appropriation of the Poor Rates 
under the control of government. 8° Lond. 1834. % 

Observations on the Poor Laws. By a County Magis- 
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Remarks on the Report of the Poor Law Commissioners. 

8° Zone?. 1834. « 


Poor Laws. Report from His Majesty's Commissioners for inquiring 
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4'' Lond. 1 834. « 

Poor Rates. A Letter to Sir T. C. Bunbury, Bart., on the Poor Rates, 
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Pope. The new Pope : or, the Ceremonies in the Conclave at Rome, 
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The Pope's Claim to universal Supremacy negatived. 8*^ Lond. 

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Pope (charlbs). The Merchant, Ship-Owner, and Ship-Master's Import 
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Pope (simeon). Considerations, political, financial, and commercial, on 
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Interesting Suggestions to Proprietors and Trusteeti of 

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Popery. Sixty Volumes of Tracts on Popery. 
A Comparison of Popery and Paganism. 12". 

A short and sure Method for the Extirpation of Popery, in 

the space of a few years. 8" Lond. 1716. 

A modest Plea for Popery. 8° Lond. 1735. 

The Artifices of the Romish Priests in making Converts to 

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A Letter from a Protestant Dissenting Minister to the Clergy 

of the Church of England, occasioned by the alarming Growth of 
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Popish Treaties not to be rely'd on. 4*^. 

Population. Abstract of the Answers and Returns made pursuant to 
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The Creed of the many and the Faith of the few. 

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Authentic Report of the Discussion of the Unitarian 

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Portico. The Portico ; No. i-viii. 4° Zoncf. 1834. « 

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National Portrait Gallery of the 19th Century; with me- 
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Portugal. Instrumentos e Escrituras dos Autos seguintes. Auto do 
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Manifest van Portugael waerom de Inwoonders sich hebben 

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Praohatica. Nova Rela9am da Pragmatica da Secia contra todas as 
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Relaes vande groote Victorie ende het innemen van Praghe 

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Verhael vanden bloedigen slach voor Praghe. 4® Anttverpen, 


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Waerachtighe Tijdinghe nopende de Hooftstadt Praghe. 4® 

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A Manual of intercessory Prayer. 8*^ Ipswich, 18i8. « 

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Presbyterian Loyalty, in two letters. 4° Lond. 1705. 

• Presbyterian Loyalty in 1648. In a letter from the 

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Presbyters. A View and Censure of the Mistakes propagated for the 
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Pretender. A Letter to Mr. Secretary V n, in relation to the 

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The Jacobitism, Perjury, and Popery of High-Church Priests. 

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To the King and Parliament ; the case of the people called 

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Some few of the Quakers' many Blasphemies* Heresies, and 

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Some Remarks on the Quakers' Address to his Majesty* 

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An Account of some Prosecutions against the People called 

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The Christianity of the People commonly called Quakers, 

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Rules of Discipline of the Religious Society of Friends, with 

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God*s Love and Man's Un worthiness : with a dis- 
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■ Triumphant Chastity : or, Joseph's Self-Conflict. A 

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QuELEN (AUGUSTUS van). Verhacl vanden staet van Fernanbuc. 4^ Ant" 
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Rebello Leite (bras josb). Ecco glorioso^ e festivo^ que aos Reaes pes 
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Recess. The Recess, or, autumnal relaxation in the Highlands and 
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One of the Meteoric Stones which fell at Benares, in the East Indies, 

Dec. 19, 1798. Presented by the late William Marsden, Esq. 
A PIECE of crystallized Native Iron, from an unknown locality. Pre^ 

sented by Henry Heulandj Esq. 
A SPECIMEN of Native Steel, from Auvergne. 
A RICH specimen of arborescent Native Silver, under a glass shade, 

from Kongsberg, in Norway. Presented by Henry Heulandj Esq. 
Five large and rich specimens of Silver Ore, from the Mina Grande, in 

the Cerro de Pasco, Peru. Presented by Sehor Don Manuel de Ujura 

y Sanchez, 
Native Silver, in transparent Carbonate of Lead, from Guanaxuato, 

The same, in Pistacite, from Kongsberg, Norway. 
The same, in a crystal of Sulphate of Lime, from Santa Rosa mine, 

NrviFORM Native Silver, with Carbonate of Lead, on Copper Glance, 

from Semenofsky mine, Kolywan, Siberia. 
The same, on red Oxide of Copper, from Barnaul, Siberia. 
Native Silver, in Arsenical Cobalt, from St Felix, Chili. 
FiLioREE-sHAPED Amalgam, on Cinnabar, with Lithomarge, from Stahl- 

berg. Palatinate. 
Foliated Native Gold, on Quartz, firom Zell, Zillerthal, Tyrol. 
Dendritic Native Gold, on Quartz, from Caite, BrasiL 
Native Gold, in variegated Copper Ore, from Olonetz, Russia Proper. 
The same, on Iron Glance, from Congo Soco, BrasiL 
The same, in ferruginous Quartz, mixed with Chlorite, from Congo 

Soco, Brasil. 
The same, disseminated in Quartz, from Eula, Bohemia. 
The same, firom La Gardette, Dauphine. 
The same, with acicular triple Sulphuret of Bismuth, firom Beresof mine, 

Native Tellurium, minutely crystallized, from Offenbanya, Transyl- 
Native Antimony, on Quartz, in Homstone, from Carlsfiord, near 

Sahla, Sweden. 
Seleniuret of Lead, from Tilkerode, Hartz. 
Cobaltiferous Seleniuret of Lead, from Clausthal, Hartz. 
Mercuriferous Seleniuret of Lead, from Tilckerode, Hartz. 


A CRYSTALLIZED Diamond, being a macle of a peculiar fomiy from 
Brasil. Presented by the Right Hon, Sir Edward Thornton, 

A LAMINA (weighing 4| karat) of a large Diamond, from Brasil. 

A LARGE specimen of iridescent Anthracite, from the United States. 
Presented by Ingram, Esq., of New York, 

Group of bronze-coloured Sulphuret of Iron, with lenticular Carbonate 
of Iron, from Traversella, Piedmont. 

A siNOLE crystal (var. quadriepointee) of Iron Pyrites, from Broszo, 

White Iron Pyrites, in modified obtuse octahedrons, with crystallised 
Carbonate of Lime, &c., from Brownly Hill, near Alston, Cumber- 

A GROUP of hemitrope Copper Pyrites, on Quartz, from Cornwall. 

A CRYSTAL of pseudomorphous Galena, from Freiberg, Saxony. 

A CRYSTAL of Galena, on Prehnite, with Koupholite and Amianthoide, 
from Bourg d' Oisans, Dauphine. 

Crystallized Galena, (var. triforme,) with Carbonate of Iron, and Rock 
Crystals, from Claustha], Hartz. 

Slaggy cupro-ferriferous Sulphuret of Silver, from Sombrerete, Mexico* 

Sulphuret of Antimony, with Blende and Salite, from Sala, Sweden. 

Amorphous cupriferous Sulphuret of Antimony, from Baigory, France. 

AcicuLARLY diverging Grey Antimony, with milk-white crystaUized Sal- 
phate of Baryta, from Schemnitz, Hungary. 

Transparent Light-red Silver Ore, on Native Arsenic, from Joachims- 
thai, Bohemia. 

Dendritic Dark-red Silver Ore, from the mine Abendrothe^ Andreasberg, 

Tetrahedral Grey Copper Ore, tarnished, on Carbonate of Iron, from 
Moschel-Landsberg, Palatinate. 

Crystallized Arsenical Iron, from the Old Elizabeth mine, Freiberg. 

Another variety of Arsenical Iron, locality unknown. 

Argentiferous Arsenical Iron, from the Stockwerk, Freiberg, Saxony. 

A SPECIMEN of brown spongy Wad, (earthy Hydrous Oxide of Manga- 
nese,) from the Ural Mountains, Siberia. 

Dendritic Wad, from Ilmenau, Thuringia. 

Vacillary earth. Hydroxide of Manganese, from Siegen. 

Another variety of the same, from Schurde, Thuringia. 

Laminar Iron Glance, with green Talc, from Minas Geraes, Brasil. 

Another variety of the same, from the same locality. 

A GROUP of lenticularly crystaUized Iron Glance, on a quartzy rock 
stone, from Dauphine. 

Metastatic pseudomorphous Oxide of Iron, from Sundwig, West- 

Another variety of the same, from the same place. 

Dodecahedral Magnetic Iron Ore, from Ivikaet, Greenland. 


Striated dodecahedral Magnetic Iron Ore, from Traversella, Pied- 

Octahedral Magnetic Iron, in Micaceous Iron Glance, from Minaa 
Geraes, BrasiL 

Brown Hematite, (Hydrous Oxide of Iron,) from Antonio Pereira, 

Dodecahedral Oxide of Copper, coated by Blue Carbonate of Copper, 
with Fibrous Malachite, from Chessy. 

Black Earthy Cobalt, firom Salfeld, Thuringia. 

Oxide of Tin, in a chloride rock, from Pitkeranda, Finland. 

Hemitrope Oxide of Tin, with Phosphate of Lime, and white Topazes, 
from Ehrenfriedersdorf, Saxony. 

The same, with Fluor Spar and Rock Crystal, from Schlackenwalde, 

The same, with white Topazes and Rock Crystal, from Ehrenfrieders- 
dorf^ Saxony. 

A SMALL piece of Wood Tin, from Mexico. 

Red Corundum, with Amphibole, from Salem, East Indies. 

A slender, graver-shaped Rock Crystal, from Dauphine. 

A GROUP of Amethyst crystals^ on a portion of a geode of Calcedony, 
from Bombay. 

A GROUP of brown Rock Crystals, traversed by slender crystals of Topaz, 
from Odonchelong, Siberia. 

White Siliceous Sand, from Sydney, (and a salt-cellar ; of glass, made 
from the same by Messrs. Pellatt and Green) ; with two varieties of 
white Sandstone, from the same country. Presented by Samuel King^ 

Fetid Quartz, (k odeur des truffes,) from Monte Viale, Vicenza. 

A SINGLE crystal of Haytorite, from Haytor, Devonshire. 

Small specimen of Noble Opal, in its matrix, from Czchervenitza, 

A LARGE specimen of crystallized Serpentine, from Snarum, Norway. 

Undulated Serpentine, in Limestone, from Sahla, Sweden. 

Crystallized Steatite, from Middlefield, Massachusetts, N. America. 

Crystallized and botryoidal Steatite, from Gopfersgriin, Voigtland. 

A SPECIMEN of Kefiekillitc, from Perm, Siberia. 

A CRYSTAL of Zircon, in Basalt, firom Laach on the Rhine. 

Crystallized Stilbite, on Gneiss, from Kniebeis, near Gastein, Tyrol. 

Glassy botryoidal Stilbite, from the Seiser Alpe, Tyrol. 

Transparent glassy Analcime, from Catania, Sicily. 

Flesh-coloured trapezoidal Analcime, covered with minute crystals of 
Quartz, from Montzoni, Tyrol. 

Brewsterite, on a group of Rock Crystal^ from St. Christophe^ Dau- 
Pearly broad-foliated Okenite, from Tupaursak, North Greenland. 

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Two hemitrope crystals of Feldspar, from Elba and from Daveno* 
Amorphous green Feldspar, coloured by oxide of Chrome, from Aosta, 

Adularia, with Pericline, and some Sphene, from St, Gothard. 
Red Labrador itc, from Helsingfors, Finland. 
Variety of Albite, (called Zuckerstein,) with globular Carbonate of 

Iron, from Schellgaden, Tyrol. 
Crystallized Andalusite, from the Lisenz Alp, Tyrol. 
NuTTALiTE, from Bolton, Massachusetts. 
Rose-coloured Latrobite, with green granular Phosphate of Lime, from 

Akudlek, North Greenland. 
Hexagonal Mica, with Serpentine, partly indeterminably crystalluEed, 

from Snarum, Norway. 
Silvery Talc, with Iron Glance, on Quartz, from Minas Geraes, Brasfl. 
Crystallized leek-green Talc, from St, Gothard. 
Silvery undulated Talc Slate, with Iron Glance, and granular Topaz, 

from Minas Geraes, Brasil. 
Reddish-yellow acicular Amphibole, from Kariset, South Greenland. 
AsBEST, witli fibres aggregated into striated groups, from Rolzberg, 

Granular I docrase, resembling Colophonite, in laminar Limestone, from 

Arendahl, Norway. 
Crystallized Diopside, from Ala, Piedmont. 
OiL-OREEN transparent Idocrase, from the same place. 
An insulated crystal of Epidote, from Chamounix, Switzerland. 
Black Augite, crystallized, in Dolerite, from the Kayserstuhl, Suabia. 
Babingtonite, with glassy Apophyllite, and crystallized Carbonate of 

Lime, from Arendahl, Norway. 
Bucklandite, in Trachite, from Laach on the Rhine. 
Crystallized Somervillite, from Vesuvius. 
Common Garnet, embedded in Albite, &c., from Brodbo, Sweden. 
Granular light-red Garnets^ in Werner's Weiss-stein, from Ameraglik, 

South Greenland. 
Crystallized Helvine, from Bruder Lorenz mine, Schwaraenberg, 

Several fragments of crystallized Emerald, &c., from Egypt Presented 

by J. G, Wilkinson^ Esq. 
A CRYSTAL of Beryl, traversed by a cylindrical crystal of black Tour- 
maline, from Miask, Siberia. 
Prismatic six-sided crystal of Beryl, the central part filled up by 

Albite, with splintery Pyrope, from Chesterfield^ N. America. 
Crystal of the same, embedded in Carbonate of Iron, from Odonche- 

long, Siberia. 
Two crystals of the same, on a group of Topazes variously modified, 

from Odonchelong, Siberia. 


A GREEN transparent crystal of Tourmaline, with perfect summit, from 

Minas Geraes, Brasil. 
Columnar black Tourmaline, in Quartz, from the Pyrenees. 
The same, from Johan-Georgenstadt, Saxony. 
Bacillary Rubellite, with Quartz, from Elba. 
Lepidolite with Rubellite, and Rubellite with Meerschaum, both from 

Perm, Siberia. 
A YELLOW Topaz, embedded in a Rock Crystal, coated by Hydrous 

Oxide of Iron, from the Capitania of Olinda, Brasil. 
A HEMiTROFic ycUow Topaz crystal, from Olinda^ Brasil. 
A CRYSTAL of Pyrophysalite, on Albite, from Finbo, Sweden. 
Bacillary Pycnite, from Brodbroe mine, Fossum, Norway. 
Pycnite, with Molybdena, from Numcdahl, Norway. 
Cylindrical Titanite, of high lustre, from Minas Geraes. 
A LARGE crystal of the same, with Asparagus-stone and Anthophyllite, 

from Snarum, Norway. 
Anatase, on a group of Rock Crystals, from Cocais, Brasil. 
NioRiNE, on Feldspar, in Hornblende Slate, from the Lisenz Alp, Tyrol. 
TiTANiFERous Irou Glance, crystallized, from Friedricksvarn, Norway. 
Massive Gabbronite, with titaniferous Iron Glance^ from Nodebroc 

mine, Norway. 
Brookite, in a piece of Rock Crystal, polished, from Snowden, South 

A specimen of massive and crystallized Wolfram, from Odonchelong, 

Fascicular radiated Carbonate of Baryta, from Kleopinsky, Nerchinsky, 

A oRour of crystallized Arragonite, (var. Tapotome,) from Framont, 

Red divcrging-radiated Arragonite, in cells of a basaltic rock, from Au- 

Acute rhomboidal Carbonate of Lime, with black Rock Crystals, &c., 

from HcssekuUa, Sweden. 
Tw^o crystallized varieties of the same, in bituminous Limestone^ from 

Frankenberg, Hessia. 
Marl, with traces of imperfect crystallization, from Limburg. 
Apple-green botryoidal Carbonate of Zinc, from Moldawa, Bannat. 
Another variety of the same, from the same place. 
Apple-green cupriferous Carbonate of Zinc, from Chessy, near Lyons. 
Crystallized Carbonate of Le id, the crystals traversing transparent 

Sulphate of Lime, from Nertschinsky, Siberia. 
Trihexahedral variety of the same, from Kleopinsky, Nerchinsky, 

Blue Carbonate of Copper, in large crystals, partly coated by fibrout 

Malachite, from Chessy, France. 



MnscoiD Phosphate of Lead, orange and green, from Leadhills, Scot- 
Asparagus Stone, (Phosphate of Lime,) in green Talc, from the Greiner, 

Pulverulent Phosphate of Iron, in Marl, from Schwarzach, near Ro- 
senheim, Bavaria. 
Massive Phosphate of Manganese, from Bodenmais, Bavaria. 
A large specimen of Werner's Blauspath, from Krieglach, Stiria. 
Uranite, in large greenish-yellow primitive crystals, on Quartz, from 

Johanngeorgenstadt, Saxony. 
A SPECIMEN of Anhydrous Sulphate of Soda, and two varieties of the 

Guano, from Peru. Presented by Capeland Hutchison, Esq. 
Flesh-coloured crystallized Sulphate of Baryta, with Carbonate of Lime, 

and very minute crystals of Copper Pyrites, from Gersdorf, Saxony. 
The same, rose-coloured and yellow^ from la Garde tte, Dauphine. 
The same, opaque, snow-white, crystallized (var. cretee), with Native 

Sulphur, from Girgenti, Sicily. 
The same (var. binae modifiee), sprinkled with Cinnabar, from Mo- 

schcllandsberg. Palatinate. 
The same (var. Tadditive), from Clausthal, Hartz. 
A single crystal of the same (var. la triplante), from Puy de Chate^ 

A specimen of stalactitic Sulphate of Baryta, polished, from Derbyshire. 

Presented by Miss Lousada, 
Crystallized Sulphate of Strontia, on Carbonate of Lime, from Her- 

rengrund, Hungary. 
Pseudomorphous Sulphate of Strontia, from Amberg, Bavaria. 
The same, from Monte Viale, Vicentino. 
Sulphate of Lime, a single crystal (var. equivalente), from La Ca- 

tolica, Sicily. . 
The same (var. prominule), from Schemnitz, Hungary. 
Crystallized Sulphate of Lead, from Badenweiler, Suabia. 
The same, in undescribed crystals^ in Galena, from Grenada, Spain. 
The same, crystallized, on green Fluor Spar, sprinkled with minute 

crystals of Quartz, &c., from Badenweiler, Suabia. 
Variety of the same, from Grenada^ Spain. 
The «ame, with crystallized Native Sulphur, from Alon, Haute Vienne, 

Pitticite, from Stadt Hollen, Freiberg, Saxony. 
BoTRYOGENE, from Fahlun, Sweden. 
A SPECIMEN of Brochantite, from Siberia. 
Copper Ore, related to the preceding, on grey Copper, with botryoidal 

Malachite, from Soukadoiska mine, Werchoturia, Siberia. 
Massivk Cryolite, with Carbonate of Iron, from Ivikaet, South Green- 


Yttrocerite, with Albite and Quartz, from Brodbo, Sweden. 

Crystallized (enneahedral) Fluor Spar, from Waldshut, between Bale 
and Schafhausen. 

Fetid Fluate of Lime, from Ivikaet, South Greenland. 

A LARGE mass of Subsulphate of Alumina (Websterite), from near 
Brighton. Presented by Gideon Mantell^ Esq, 

Various Secondary Fossils, chiefly from Purbeck. Presented by Walter 
Calverley Trevelyan^ Esq, 

Eleven Casts of Bones, and a Cast of a Palate, the former from spe- 
cimens found at Muswell Hill, near Highgate. Presented by N, T, 
Wetherellf Esq. 

Casts of some Bones of Felis Spelasa, and Gulo Spelseus, from the Cave 
of Gailenreuth ; of Rhinoceros Teeth, from Kiihloch ; and of Deino- 
therium, and Tapirus Priscus, from Eppelsheim. Presented by Viscount 
Cole^ and Sir Philip Grey Egerton, Bart, 

A SPECIMEN of Fossil Wood, from Van Diemen*s Land. 

Proof Impressions of part of the Plates of the Fossil Flora. Presented 
by Dr, Lindley, 

Specimens of Simia chenensis^ Megaderma spasma^ Mus giganteusy and a 

Bat, from Madras. Presented by Dr. B, G. Babington, 
A Skeleton of an Elephant, from India. Presented by Sir Jasper 

Nicolls and General Hardwicke, 
Specimens of Mus Alexandrinus, Lepus jEgyptiacus, the horns of Ovis 

TragelaphuSf and some other Mammalia, from Egypt Presented by 

John Wilkinson, Esq. 
A Specimen of the Canada Rat. Presented by John Richardson, M.D. 
Two Squirrels, from North America. Presented by H. R. H. the Duke of 

Sussex, K.G. 

Specimen of Brown Pelican, Pelecanus fuscus; Great White Heron, 
Ardea occidentalism {Audubon); Frigate Bird, Tachypetes aquila; 
Louisiana Heron, Ardea Ludoviciana ; Purple Heron, (young,) Ardea 
rufescens; Peal*s Egret, Ardea Pealii; White Heron, Ardea lucia; 
Yellow- crowned Heron, Ardea violacea; White-headed Pigeon, 
Columba leucocephala ; Fish Crow, Corvus ossifragus {Wtls.); Boat- 
tailed Grakle, Quiscalus major; Red Tanager, Tanagra rubra; Purple 
Finch, Fringilla purpurea; Ground Dove, Columba passerina; Pine 
Creeper, Sylvia pintM ; White-crowned Bunting, Fringilla leucoce^ 
phala; Indigo Bird, Fringilla cyanea; Baltimore Oriole, Oriolus BaU 
timore ; Cedar Bird, Bombycilla CaroUnensis ; Black Tern, Sterna 
stolida, from North America. Presented by His Royal Highness the 
Duke of Sussex, K.G. 

Four Species of Humming Birds, from South America. Presented by 
J. Inskvpp, Esq, 


A Collection, consisting of thirty-two Birds, from Madras. Presented 
hy J. B, Babingtofit M.D. 

Specimen of Channel-bill, Scythrops Novas HoUamdug, Presented by 
Allan Cunningham, Esq, 

Specimen of Broad-billed Tody, Todus nasutus. Presented 6y General 

Fine Specimen of the Common Peacock, Pavo cristaius. Mounted and 
presented by T. Dowler, M,D. 

Specimen of the Bearded Vulture, Fultur barhatus, Falco hUospilus^ &c. 
Presented by John Russel Reeves, Jun., Esq. 

A Group of Edible Bird Nests from Ceylon. Collected by S. Horton, 
Esq. Presented by the Right Hon. Edward Lord Stanley, 

A general Collection of Birds from Egypt. Presented by John Wit- 
kinson. Esq, 

Specimens of American Turkey, Meleagris Oallopavo; Spotted Grous, 
Tetrao Canadensis; Willow Grous, Tetrao saliceti; Migratory Pigeon, 
Columba migratoria; Turkey Buzzard, Cathartes aura; Carrion Crow, 
Catfiartes atrata; Lanius septentrionalis ; Yellow-bellied Woodpecker, 
Picus varius; Pileated Woodpecker, Picus pileatus; White Ibis, Ibis 
alba; Pigeon Hawk, Falco columbarius; Falco velox; Noddy Tern, 
Sterna stolida; Black Tern, Sterna nigra; Blue Heron, Ardea ccerulea/ 
Ardea minor; Charadrius semipalmatus ; Wilson's Plover, Charadrtas 
fVilsonif Charadrius melodius; Velvet Duck, Anas Jusca; Teal, 
Anas Crecca; Black Duck, Anas perspicillata ; Spirit Duck, Anas 
albeola; American Wigeon, Anas Americana; Fulica Americana; 
Rallus elegans; Clapper Rail, Rallus crepitans; Virginian Rail, Rallus 
Ktrginianus ; Limosa palustris; ^squimsLUx Curlew, Numenius borealis ; 
Numenius lougirostris ; Snowy Heron, Ardea candidissima ; Green 
Heron, Ardea vircsccns ; Great Heron, Ardea Herodias ; Hooping 
Crane, Grus Americana; Rusty Grakle, Icterus ferrugineus; Turdus 
Wilsoni; Turdus Ludovicianus ; Song Finchj Fringilla melodia; Grass 
Finch. Fringilla graminea; Sea-side Finch, Fringilla maritima; Sa- 
vannah Finch, Fringilla Savannarum; Yellow-throated Fly-catcher, 
Vircojlavifrons; White-poll Warbler, Sylvia varia; Kentucky Warbler, 
Sylvia formosa; Black-poll Warbler, Sylvia striata; Cocrulean Warbler, 
Sylvia ccerulea; Bay-breasted Warbler, Sylvia castanea ; Palm Warbler, 
Sylvia palmarum; Pine-creeping Warbler, Sylvia pinus; White-eyed 
Fly-catcher, l^ireo Noveboracensis ; Mexican Finch, Fringilla pinus; 
Least Nuthatch, Sitta pusilla ; Great Carolina Warbler, Troglodytes 
Americanus; Nuttall's Warbler, Troglodytes Nuttallii; Icterus agri- 

Specimens of Jackal Falcon, Falco jackal; Short-tailed Eagle, Fcdco 
ecaudatus; Martial Eagle, Falco bellicosus; Occipital Eagle, Falco 
occipitalis, &c. 

Specimen of the Barr-winged Dove of Edwards. Presented by George 
Leachf Esq, 


Sixty-six Specimens of Reptiles, preserved in Spirits, received in ex- 
change from the Museum of the Army Medical Board at Chatham. 

Several Specimens of Snakes ; and a Specimen of Pseudopus DurvilUif 
(Cuvier,) from Dalmatia: all in Spirits. Presented by John Richard' 
son J M,D. 

A Specimen of Lophius Vespertilio. Presented by Mr, Walker. 

Some Specimens of New Holland Shells, and a Specimen of Retepora, 
from Swan River. Presented by Mr, John Turner. 

A Specimen of Aphrodita Aculeata, Presented by John W. Lubbock^ 

A Specimen of Cyproea Friendii, Gray (C, Scoitii Brod.,) from Swan 
River. Presented by Capt. Mangles^ R,N, 

A Specimen of a Cyathiform Sponge, from Cork Harbour. Presented 
by Miss Elliot, 

Specimens of Four Hundred species of Plants of Egjrpt. Eighty-four 
of which arc new to the Herbarium, and of these, Eighteen species 
arc unpublished. Collected and presented by John Gardner Wilkin' 
son, Esq, 

Two Specimens of Exotic Insects, and twenty-nine specimens of British 

Insects. Presented by Francis Walker^ Esq, 
Two Specimens of Mononychus Pseudaeori. Presented by J, C, Dale, Esq, 
Three hundred and forty-three Specimens of Minute Insects, of the 

Family Cynipsidas, described by him in the Entomological Magazine, 

and presented by Francis Walker, Esq, 
Six Specimens of Insects from Odessa. Presented by T. Dowler, M,D, 
Specimen of Lamia Crucifera of Fabricius, from Ceylon. Presented by 

Dr. Bland. 



Collection of Eotptian Antiquities, presented bt 

J. G. Wilkinson, Esq. 

Stone with sketches of the gods Ammon-re, and Thoth. 

Portion of a granite monument, with the figure of Khem. 

Three figures of Osiris, in bronze. 

Figure of Osiris, in wood. 

Figure of Osiris, in barley and wax. 

Isis^ and Horus the younger, in stone. 

HoRus Harpocrates, of the Ptolemaic era, in marble. 

Three emblems of the souls of divinities, in wood. 

Lion, emblem of Horus, in glazed terracotta. 

Harper, and Phallus, in glazed terracotta. 

Part of a jackall standard, in wood. 

Fragment of a sacred monument, in marble. 

Small statue, in serpentine. 

Two heads of statues, in limestone. 

Bearded head, of the Roman epoch, in marble. 

Arm of a statue, in bronze. 

Sacred vase, of black granite. 

Sacred vase, of alabaster. 

Vase, of bronze gilt, and probably belonging to a censer. 

Altar of libations, in limestone. 

Pair of sandals, of palm leaves. 

Small bottle, with traces of an unguent, in alabaster. 

Small vase, perhaps used for the same purpose, of glazed terracotta. 

Vase for holding antimony, of alabaster. 

Vase used for the same purpose, of serpentine. 

Similar vase, of glazed terracotta. 

Ctlindrical case, for the same use, of wood. 

Nest of three vases, for preparing liquid perfumes. 

Leg of a table, of wood. 

Iron key, of a Christian epoch prior to a.d. 6d0. 

Sixteen oval and globular vases, a jug, and two bottles, of terracotta, 

used for domestic purposes. 
Vase, of bronze. 

Small china bottle, with a Chinese inscription. 
Six cups, and two fragments of cups, in terracotta. 


Two cups or bowls, of wood, and one of bronze. 

Fragment of a porphyry patera. 

Large vase, of terracotta, with four small bandies. 

Very large vase, of bronze, with two handles. 

Mouth of a large stone vase. 

Fragments of vases, of pottery of the Roman epoch. 

Various fragments of pottery. 

Eight lamps, of terracotta. 

Five stands or pillows for the head, of wood. 

Circular cake of bread, and various fragments. 

Half of a circular cake of agweh or conserve of dates, and fragments. 

Head of a javelin. 

Upper part of a harp of seventeen strings. 

Sickle with a serrated blade. 

Fragment of the blade of a sickle. 

Wooden hook, suspended at both ends by a rope of palm leaves, belong- 
ing to an ancient well. 

Spindle, and hank of thread. 

Cloth, with a small blue pattern on a light brown ground. 

Rope, of palm leaves. 

Box. prior to the Arab invasion. 

Handle of a flabellum. 

Palette of a scribe^ with cartouches of Rameses the great, two of which 
are formed by ursei ; with this are seven of the kash or reeds used 
for vrriting ; in wood. 

Palette of a scribe, for red paint, in sycamore wood* 

Slab, with nine small vases for holding colours, of glazed terracotta. 

Slab for grinding colours, the well surrounded with a cartouche ; with 
it is a muller. 

Stone with a hieratic inscription. 

Two pieces of stone with enchorial inscriptions. 

Piece of stone with a Coptic inscription. 

Fragments of pottery with enchorial inscriptions. 

Very small fragments of pottery with enchorial inscriptions. 

Capital of a column, with flowers of the lotus. 

Fourteen fragments of painting in fresco, parts of ornaments, hiero* 

glyphics, &c., from the tomb discovered by Belzoni, at Thebes. 
Cramp of wood, from the temple of Berenice. 
Cramp of lead, from the temple of Berenice. 

Piece of iron. 
Pieces of stucco. 
Piece of mortar. 

Two pieces of the ceiling of a tomb, of mud, painted. 
PncB of stucco, with sketches of hieroglyphics, from the tomb dis- 
covered by Beboni at Thebes. 

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Mud brick, with the name of Thothmes III. 

Similar brick, with the praenoraen of Rameses the great 

Four fragments of mud bricks. 

Reed from between the bricks of the wall of Sais. 

Mould, with the figure of a bird, in limestone. 

Mouth-piece for a pipe, of jade. 

Awl, similar to those represented in the tombs at Thebes. 

Pyramid of baked clay. 

Four dolls, of wood. 

Top, prior to the Arab invasion. 

Mummy of a cat. 

Part of the mummy of a dog, unrolled. 

Mummy of a cat, unrolled. 

Six mummies of the ibis, in their bandages. 

Mummy of an ibis, unrolled. 

Mummy of a sparrow-hawk. 
Bones of various animal mummies. 

Wrappers of the same. 

Three small fragments of a wooden sarcophagus. 
Fragment of a sarcophagus, arm and wing of a divinity. 
Sepulchral wrappers, of painted cloth. 
f'oRTioN of the cartonage of a mummy. 
Hypocsphalus, of linen. 

Fragment of the garland of the dead, from a Greek mummy. 
Sepulchral sandals for adults, of leather. 
Two sepulchral sandals for children, of leather. 

Set of sepulchral vases, in a white calcareous stone, with their re- 
spective covers, formed of the heads of a man, cynocephalus, jackal, 
and hawk. 
Set of sepulchral vases, similar to the above, but smaller. 
Two vases of a set, in wood, with the human and hawk's head. 
Three vases of a set, one without a cover, the other two each with a 

human head, of pottery. 
Sepulchral vase, oval, without a cover or inscription, of pottery. 
Sepulchral vase, surmounted by a human head, of pottery. 
Linen bag of sawdust. 
Small cylindrical basket, of palm leaves, and linen bag containing the 

sawdust used for absorbing the moisture of the entrails. 
Ibis pot, of baked brick, from Saggara. 
Four human heads, covers for sepulchral vases, of pottery. 
Sepulchral figure of Menephthah I., in wood, from the tomb discovered 

by Belzoni, at Thebes. 
Sepulchral figure of a sacred scribe, in glazed pottery. 
S^^ULCHRAL figures of a priest, priestesses, and functionaries attached to 
temples, in wood. 


Sepulchral figure of a priestess, in painted pottery. 

Similar figure of a private individual, in serpentine. 

Eight sepulchral figures, of glased pottery. 

Four sepulchral figures, of wood. 

Head of a large sepulchral figure, in serpentine. 

Small sarcophagus, of wood, containing a sepulchral figure of the same 

Extremely rude and small sarcophagus, of clay, containing a rudely 
sculptured figure, in wood, covered with a hieratic inscription. 

Top of a pyramid, with figures in bas-relief and inscriptions, in lime- 

Four sepulchral stales or tablets, in wood. 

Two sepulchral steles, in white calcareous stone. 

Fragment of a tablet or st^le, in limestone. 

SrsE sepulchral cones, and fragments of the same, in baked brick. 

Tessera, of pentagonal shape, with two horizontal lines of enchorial 

Tessera, rectangular, with five lines of Coptic on each side. 

Fourteen unburnt bricks, with hieroglyphic inscriptions. Presented by 

Lord Prudhoe. 
Marble statue of Venus. Presented by his Majesty King fVilUam the 

Small bronze group of Hercules and Cupid, found in gravel at Bres- 

singham, near Diss, Norfolk. Presented by William Chapman Old- 

ham^ Esq* 
Bronze figure of Hercules, found at Bavay. Presented by C, W. A, 

Drummond Hay, Esq. 
Votive torso of a young man, the size of life, in terracotta. Presented 

by ■ Coesvelt, Esq. 
Marble bust of an infant Presented by the Rev. Henry Crowe. 
Square bronze weight, with the head of Minerva, in relievo. Presented 

by J. Y. Akerman^ Esq. 
Six models in clay, of the Cromlechs at Mafra, Truethy, Plas Newydd, 

Duffin, Lanyon, and Chun. Presented by Richard Tongue, Esq. 
Four British stone implements, found in Norfolk. Presented by Goddard 

Johnson^ Esq. 
British cinerary urn, containing burnt bones. Presented by Richard 

Lloydy Esq, 
Long British canoe, found at North Stoke, in Sussex. Presented by the 

Earl of Egremont. 
Styca of Wlf here, archbishop of York. Presented by Sir Henry Ellis, 


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Presented by George 
Marshaii^ Etq. Btr- 

Pbnnt of William I. brihtpiiib on lin : no inner cirde. PreaemUd by 

J. D. Cuff, Esq. 
Half-oroat of Edward VI., struck at Canterbury. Presented by Sammei 

Farrow, Esq.^ Diss, Norfolk. 
Shiluno of William III. t, 1696. 
Half-crowv of George III. 1817-1818. 
Shilling of George III. 1 820. 
Half-crown of George IV. 1823: garnished 

Half-crown of George IV. 1823: plain shield, 

with the collar of the garter. 
Sixpences of George IV. 1 826. 1 828. 1 829. 
Gold Copley medal, presented by the Royal Society to Mr. John Bel- 
cher, 1737. Presented by the representatives of Mr, John Belcher. 
Two silver, and one pewter token, struck by Mr. TilL Presented by 

Mr. TM. 
Silver penny of Henry IV. King of Castile. Presented by J. D. Cnff, 

H ALf -franc of Belgium, silver. 1834. 1 Presented by Sir Henry 

Double centime of Belgium, copper. 1834. S EUis, KM, 
Penny of Henry, Archbishop of Cahibray. 1 Presented by Robert 
Penny of Arnold, Coimt of Loos. J Brcmm^ Esq. 

A Spanish dollar. 1703. 1 

A Persian pice. > Presented by Charles Crawley ^ Esq, 

A Madras rupee. ) 

Six silver coins, portions of the Arcot rupee. Presented by Richard 

Penn^ Esq. 
Seven lithographic drawings of Egyptian Anti-"^ 

quities. I Presented by John 

Lithographic drawing of a Roman medallion of j Lee, D.C.L. 

Commodus ; rev. Britannia. J 

Large Collection of Egyptian Antiquities. 

Figure of Djom, or Khons, in bronze. 

Four figures of the same divinity, in glazed terracotta. 

Three figures of Ammon-re, in bronze. 

Two figures of Ammon Chnouphis, in glazed terracotta. 

Four figures of Phthah, in bronze. 

Twenty figures of the same divinity, in glazed terracotta. 

Four figures of Merephthah, or Bubastis, in glazed terracotta. 

Figure of Khons Pooh, in bronze. 

Five figures of the same, in glazed terracotta. 

Three figures of Nophre Atmou, in bronze. 

Omb of the same, in glazed terracotta. 


PscuuAB figure of Athor, in bronze. 

Figure of Athor, in terracotta. 

Two figures of Re, or Phre, in glazed terracotta. 

FoRTT-piVE figures of Meui, in glazed terracotta. 

Thirtt-bioht figures of the second Thoth, in glazed terracotta. 

Fifty-one figures of Omt, in glazed terracotta. 

Thirty-three figures of Osiris, in bronze. 

Four figures of Osiris, in glazed terracotta. 

Head of Osiris, in limestone. 

Figure of Isis, in bronze. 

Figure of Isis, in lapis-lazuli. 

Eight figures of the same, in glazed terracotta. 

Four figures of Isis suckling the younger Horus, in bronze. 

Thirteen smaller similar figures, in glazed terracotta. 

Three figures of Nephthys, in glazed terracotta. 

Nine figures of Horus Har-si-esi, in glazed terracotta. 

Eight figures of Horus Harpocrates, in bronze. 

Three figures of Horus between Isis and Nephthys, in glazed terracotta. 

Six figures of Bubastis, in glazed terracotta. 

Figure of Bubastis, in wood. 

Figure of Anubis, in bronze. 

Thirty-two figures of the same, in glazed terracotta. 

Figure of Typhon, in wood. 

Two of the same, in glazed terracotta. 

Two tablets of glazed terracotta, with Typhonic figures. 

Twenty-eight figures of Amset, Hapee, Sioumautf, and Kebsnauf, the 

four genii of the Amend, in glazed terracotta. 
Uncertain divinities, in terracotta. 
Head of Serapis^ of the Greek period, in bronze. 
Venus, in bronze. 
Head of a Bacchante, in bronze. 
Two nymphs, in bronze. 

Small Naos, with a divinity and symbols, in glazed terracotta. 
Fragment of an Androsphinx, in glazed terracotta. 
Ur£Us, in glazed terracotta* 
Three Uraei, in bronze. 
Ur£US, in wood. 

Seven hawks, symbolic of divinities, in wood. 
Three hawks, in glazed terracotta. 
Hawk of Horus, in bronze. 
Horse, in bronze. 

The fish Lepidotus, in terracotta, painted. 
Two jackals, emblems of Anubis, in wood. 
Jackal^ in terracotta. 
SiSTRUM, in bronze. 


Three Sistra, in glazed terracotta. 

Hawk with a human face, and disc on the head, (emblem of a divine 

soul,) in painted wood. 
Two hawks with human faces, (emblems of human souls,) in glazed 

Ram, (emblem of Ammon,) in glazed terracotta. 
Shrew-house, (emblem of Buto,) in bronze. 
Two hedgehogs, (emblems of Khops,) in glazed terracotta. 
Bull, in glazed terracotta. 
Cow, (emblem of Athor,) in glazed terracotta. 
Crocodile, (emblem of Seb,) in steatite. 
Crocodile, (emblem of Seb,) in glazed terracotta. 
Goose, (emblem of Seb,) in bronze. 
Lion, (emblem of Horus,) in bronze. 
Three lions, (emblems of Horus,) in glazed terracotta. 
Two cats, (emblems of Bubastis,) in bronze. 
Cat, (emblem of Bubastis,) in wood. 
Six cats, in glazed terracotta. 
Cynocephalus seated, (emblem of Thoth, or the equinoxes,) a small 

statue, of red sandstone. 
Three cynocephali, in glazed terracotta. 
Four hares, (emblems of Osiris,) in glazed terracotta. 
Six swine, (emblems of Thaoueris,) in glazed terracotta. 
Two snakes, in glazed terracotta. 
Two small figures, in glazed terracotta. 
Thirty-nine scarabsei, with names or symbols of divinities, in glazed 

Nineteen scarabaei of terracotta, enamelled ; of various shapes, with regal, 

symbolic, and phonetic names. 
Two double statues, male and female, in limestone, seated. 
Upper portion of a statue, in limestone. 

Lower portion of a kneeling figure, in white marble, holding a tablet. 
Torso of a statue, of the Greek era, of white marble. 
Statue, in basalt, of a kneeling figure. 
Statue, the head and hands only developed, with an inscribed tablet : 

limestone, coloured. 
Four fragments of tablets, with, mutilated inscriptions in Greek. 
Trunk of a tree, with a portion of a figure in it ; in marble. 
Nubian female, kneeling, and grinding the d'hourra ; in stone. 
Upper part of a female, in a peculiar head-dress : in terracotta. 
Portion of a frieze, with three male figures, mummied, with the hands 

crossed on the breast, and an inscription ; in stone. 
Seventeen fragments of small statues, consisting of the head and 

shoulders, or head only ; in marble, basalt, and porphyry. * 
Two bronze feet, from statues. 


Altar of bronze, with an inscription. 

Vase of libations, of a remarkable shape, with a spout, made of terra- 
cotta and painted ; in it was found a necklace of the seeds of a tree, 
and an emblem of stability. 

Head, and end of a koucoupha sceptre. 

Three sacred vases, of bronze, with figures of deities, men, or animals, 
in relievo. 

Two small sacred vases, of a different shape, in basalt and alabaster. 

Instrument, probably used for sacred purposes. 

Handle, formed by the head of a goat. 

Knife, of sofl stone, with an inscription. 

Knife, for circumcision, made of iron. ' 

Piece of cloth. 

Apron of leather, with a pocket. 

Pair of sandals, of white leather. 

Pair of sandals, of wood. 

Three sandals, of the leaves of the papyrus. 

Sandal, neatly platted, of the palm tree. 

Five mirrors, of bronze. 

Seven combs, of wood. 

Stone vase, for paint, consisting of four cylindrical cases to hold anti- 
mony, with styles for placing it on the eyebrows or eyelid. 

Vase, for a similar use, in terracotta. 

Single cylinder, with a lotus capital, for the same purpose, in glass. 

Six paint vases, with quadruple, double, or single cylinders, in wood. 

Two cases, of papyrus, for the same purpose. 

Small alabaster paint vase, containing antimony, with a cover. 

Vase, of enamelled terracotta, with a flat cover. 

Vase, of variegated glass, in the shape of a small bottle. 

Vase, of terracotta, with a spout. 

Two pins, of bronze. 

Seven ear-rings, and fragments of the same, in gold. 

Silver ear-ring. 

Six ear-rings, in bronze. 

Twenty-three beads, pendants, and various oman)ent8 belonging to 
ear-rings or necklaces, in gold. 

Necklace of gold beads. 

Four necklaces, of variously shaped beads of jasper, amethyst, and cor- 

Necklace, of the seeds of a tree. 

Fifty-two necklaces, of variously shaped beads of glazed terracotta. 

Two portions of collars, of cylindrical beads, in blue glazed terracotta. 

Forty-two rings, jasper and cornelian. 

Fourteen rings, in ivory. 

Bronze ring. 


Ring, of wood. 

Thirty rings^ of glazed terracotta. 

Six bracelets, or fragments, in bronze and iron. 

Various beads, of jasper, cornelian, amethyst, fluor spar, &c. 

Globular and cylindrical beads, of glass or glazed terracotta. 

Twenty-eight symbolic eyes, in hematite, cornelian, basalt, and 

Ninety-four symbolic eyes, in glazed terracotta or glass. 

Nine emblems of stability, in jasper, cornelian, &c. 

Thirty-three similar emblems, in glazed terracotta or glass. 

Twelve symbols of life, in jasper. 

Ten symbols of life, in glazed terracotta. 

Crown of Egypt, in jasper. 

Twenty-one crowns of Upper or Lower Egypt, in glazed terracotta. 

Seventeen various objects, in jasper, cornelian, &c. ; among them a 
fish, lion^ small divinity, and piece of meteoric iron. 

Lotus sceptre, in green feldspar, and inscription. 

Fifteen similar sceptres, smaller, in hematite, feldspar, and glazed terra- 

Thirty-eight little vases, in jasper, cornelian, &c. 

Two similar, in glazed terracotta. 

Five small tablets, in feldspar. 

Six discs and pedestals, [latrunculi ?] in lapis-lazuli. 

Seven legs of animals, in cornelian. 

Two victims, in jasper. 

Ten scarabaei, completely carved, in cornelian, jasper, hematite, and 

Seventy-one similar scarabsei, of granite, basalt, and glazed terracotta. 

Three scarabaei, of amethyst, belonging to necklaces. 

Sixty-six scarabsei, of glazed terracotta ; most of them with figures or 
hieroglyphics on the base. 

Various objects, in glazed terracotta, belonging to necklaces^ ear-rings, 
or other parts of dress. 

Inner wings of scarabaei, belonging to necklaces, in glazed terracotta. 

Sixty-eight scarabaei^ standing upon oval clypei, or the upper portions 
of scarabaei, with perforations to attach them to the attire, in glazed ter- 

Ten studs, in limestone, glazed terracotta^ or glass. 

Five pectoral plates, or fragments ; some with mosaic work. 

Two circular tables, of oriental alabaster. 

Two large basons, of alabaster and basalt. 

Two smaller basons, of alabaster. 

Three basons, of blue enamel. 

Enamelled bowl, with an inscription, in which is the name of Rameses 
the Great. 


FoRTT-SEVEN vases, with or without handles, made of terracotta ; some 

Large vase, of oriental alabaster. 
Three vases, some with lids of oriental alabaster. 
Vase, of lead, and cover. 
Three vases, of bronze. 
Three vases, of basalt. 
Spoon, of alabaster. 
Three double vases, of terracotta. 
Eleven long-necked bottles, of green glass. 
Eleven lamps, in terracotta. 
Lamp, in bronze. 

Six wooden stands, or pillows, for the head. 
Large vase, of terracotta, used for domestic purposes, covered with an 

enchorial inscription. 
Similar vase, without an inscription. 
Eleven baskets, made of the leaves of the palm tree, and their covers ; 

various sizes. 
Box, of wood, unpainted. 
Box, of the leaves of the papyrus. 
Box, of ivory, veneered, with figures painted ; of the Greek or Roman 

Twelve boxes and vases of wood, used for domestic purposes, and 

fragments of the same. 
Various objects, in wood ; some belonging to seats and furniture. 
Hand and arms, in wood. 
Two iron keys. 
Fruit of the Doum palm. 
Various sorts of fruit. 

Bread, twelve pieces. 
OuM Arabic. 
Bitumen, four pieces. 

Portion of an arrow, and two arrow-heads, in bronze* 
Three javelin-heads, in bronze. 
Scabbard of a sword, of wood, gilded. 
Pickaxe, of wood. 

Two mallets, for stonemasons, of wood. 
Head of an axe, in bronze. 
Instrument for smoothing plaster, of wood 

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Hackls for dressing flax, of wood. 

Two staves, with inscriptions. 

Two staves, without inscriptions. 

Seven spindles, of wood. 

Five skeins of thread. 

Roll of fine linen. 

Two rolls of prepared leather. 

Roll of fibres of wood, platted. 

Two palettes of a scribe, in terracotta ; with ten vases on a stand. 

Palette, of the same material ; with four globular vases on a stand, 

deep blue colour. 
Palette, of alabaster, with an inscription in hieroglyphics. 
Two plain palettes in wood. 
Bronze inkstand, with a chain and case for a reed, having nibs like a 

modem pen. 
Vase, of bronze gilt, containing twelve balls of ultra-marine. 
Eight leaves of the papyrus. 

Knife, with a pale agate handle, probably used by scribes. 
Knife, with a handle of hematite, blade corroded. 
Two bronze blades of knives. 

Six fragments of wood, with hieratic and enchorial inscriptions. 
Twenty fragments of pottery, with enchorial and Coptic inscriptions. 
Two stone fragments, with Coptic inscriptions. 
Five pieces of stone, with hieratic inscriptions. 
Nine seals and signet rings, gems, or scarabaei, set in gold, electrum, or 

Fifty-six coins, chiefly large brass, of the Ptolemaic and Roman era. 
FiYB dolls. 
Two palm-leaf balls. 
Leather ball. 
Four porcelain balls. 
Nine wooden ninepins, or latrunculi. 
Latrunculus, of glazed terracotta. 
Latrunculus, of jade. 
Ivory die. 

Two stone moulds of the ibis Bennd. 
Bronze needles. 
Three bronze bells. 
Bronze tweezer. 
Iron tweezer. 
Seven bronze nails. 
Two bronze styli. 
Bronze rivet. 
Small bronze hinge. 
Wooden lintel of a door, painted with hieroglyphics. 


Fraguekt of a bronze door-hinge. 

SizTEBN various objects in bronze. 
Two bronze hooks. 
Bronze ferule. 

Pedestal for a small figure, in bronze and wood ; on the upper part a 
jackal seated. 

Six human mummies, with cases. 

Two cat mummies. 

Theeb ibis mummies. 

Snake mummy. 

White marble sarcophagus, with an inscription in hierogl3rphics. 

Rectangular sarcophagus, with painted and linear hieroglyphic in- 
scription, of wood. 

Rectangular sarcophagus, with painted hieroglyphic and hieratic in- 
scription, of wood. 

^MALL rectangular sarcophagus, with an exterior inscription, of wood. 

Cover of a rectangular sarcophagus. 

Female face, finely carved, with enamelled eyes. 

Two red ears of wood. 

Four frontlets of linen, coloured or gilded, with hieroglyphics. 

Fragments of the exterior envelope of mummies, consisting of linen 
covered with plaster, painted and gilded, containing inscriptions, 
figures of divinities, and their emblems. 

Cover of the feet, from the exterior envelope of mummies, of linen co- 
vered with plaster, and painted. 

Painting in fresco, upon thin pieces of cedar, representing the greater 
portion of the face of a female, of the Roman era. 

Eyelid of bronze, and eye of enamel with bronze eyelid. 

Five gilded ornaments, in wood. 

Sepulchral scarabaei, in basalt, porphyry, and limestone, with inscrip- 

TwENTT-six similar scarabsei, without inscriptions. 

Four sepulchral amulets, representing stands or pillows for the head, in 

Similar amulet ; plough in glass. 

Six sepulchral amulets ; masonic levels in hematite. 

Four sepulchral amulets ; feathers or plumes in basalt or porphyry. 

Ten sepulchral amulets ; two fingers, in basalt, supposed to be used as 

Funeral amulet ; vase in basalt ; eye, and pupils of eyes, in enamel 
and glass. 

Two sepulchral figures, in alabaster. 

Eight sepulchral figures, of calcareous stone. 

Sepulchral figure, in basalt. 

Three sepulchral figures in wood ; large size. 

3 I 2 


Twenty sepulchral figures, in wood ; smaller size. 

Seventy-five sepulchral figures, in glased terracotta and porcelain, 

generally with inscriptions. 
Sixteen similar figures, without inscriptions, and of smaller size. 
Small coffers, of wood, painted blue> with figures or inscriptions, 

which have contained sepulchral figures, when deposited in the 

Thirteen sepulchral vases, in alabaster, calcareous stone, or terracotta, 

with covers of the head of a man, cynocephalus, jackal, and hawk, 

representing the four genii of Amenti. 
Two covers of sepulchral vases ; human heads, in alabaster. 
Thirteen similar covers, in terracotta. 
Three similar covers^ in wood. 
Cover of a sepulchral vase; human head, in stone. 
Similar cover; head of a cynocephalus, in alabaster. 
Two covers of sepulchral vases ; heads of jackals, in stone. 
Fifty-four sepulchral tablets, of white calcareous stone, containing 

figures of deities, offerings, and deceased individuals, in bas-relief and 

coloured, some with hieroglyphical inscriptions only. 
Five sepulchral tablets, of wood, with painted figures of divinities and 

deceased individuals, with inscriptions. 
Very small sepulchral tablet, of wood. 
Ten sepulchral cones, of baked clay, with hieroglyphics on the base, 

commemorative of deceased individuals. 

Egyptian mirror, in bronze. 

Nine Persepolitan cylinders, with engraved figures and inscriptions. 

Seven Persepolitan rings ; Apollo, Minerva, and Persian figures. 

Three antique rings, cornelian set in silver ; Persian heads. 

Seven rings, cornelian set in silver ; hyaenas, gazelles, griffins. 

Five antique rings, amethyst and cornelian set in silver ; ornamental 

Five signets, of white and red cornelian and agate ; Persian figures, and 

Two signets, of cornelian ; Persian heads. 
Five signets, of cornelian ; hysenas. 

Five signets, of cornelian; cows, gazelles, scorpion, and griffin. 
Three pyramidical amulets ; Persian heads and figures. 
Ten conical amulets, of cornelian and marble ; cows, birds, flowers, and 

ornamental devices. 
Ring, amethyst set in silver ; cross and glory. 
Five rings, cornelian set in silver; cufic inscriptions, of two lines 



Ring, cornelian, set in silver ; single line of cufic, and star. 

Two signets, of cornelian ; double lines of cufic. 

Signet, with silver setting ; single line of cufic. 

Amulet of black stone, square, with cufic inscription, and three lines 

of cufic on the reverse. 
Large cylindrical Roman vase, of bronze; found in Fenchurch 

Several fragments of red Roman pottery; found in Fenchurch 

Sixteen bronze hatchets. 
Seventy basalt, five porphyry, one flint, five granite, and twelve slate 

Seven bronze spear-heads. 

One hundred and twenty-two rough flint spear-heads. 
EiGHTT-NiNE roughly formed flint arrow-heads. 
NiNBTT-sEC barbed flint arrow-heads. 
Five bronze styles. 
British stone hammer. 

Two gold amulets ; found in the bogs in Ireland. 
Silver coin of Barce ; head of Jupiter Ammon, rev. Silphium. 
Silver coin of Amastris. 
Silver coin of Alsesa. 
Brass coin of Thyatira, Elagabalus; a medallion. 

Brass coin of Byblus; Commodus, rev. Isis Pharia. 

Eight brass coins of Byblus ; Nero, Trajan, Elagabalus. 

FrvE brass coins of Sidon ; Julia Paula, Julia Maesa, Alexander Se- 

Seven brass coins of Tripolis ; Nero, Trajan, Julia Domna, Cara- 

Denarius of Trajan. 

Second brass coin of Vespasian. 

Fifteen cufic coins. 

Brass British coin. [Cunobeb'n ?] 

Three pennies of Ofia ; moneyers, alred, bdilvald, ealmvnd. 

Penny of Beomwulf, king of Mercia. 

Thirteen pennies of Harold I. 

Penny of Harthacnut. 

One hundred and sixteen pennies of Edward the Confessor. 

Penny of Edward the Confessor, iocitel on bofb. 

Nine half-groats, eleven pennies, and nine hardis of Edward the 
Black Prince. 

Unique penny of Henry VIII. red. cviq. q* sv. est. 

FrvE-GUiNEA piece of Charles II. 

Crown of William and Mary, 1692. 

Sixpence of WiUiam III., y. 1697. 


Two-ouiNBA piece of George II. 

Shilling of George II. 

Two patterns for sovereigns of George III. 1816-17. 

Pattern for a crown of George III. 1817. 

Crowns of George III. 1819, anno lx. — 1820, anno lx. 

Small gold medal of the Prince Regent; rev. royal arms, aupporten, 

Shilling of George IV. rev. ahield in a garter. 
Maundt Money. 

Coins, George IV. and William IV. 
Antique jetton. A vessel on the obverse and reverse. 


Thomas Sutton, Esq., after Van Hove, by J. Rowney. 
Sir Isaac Newton, after J. Vanderbank, by Romney. 
Three Impressions from Stones found at Aleppo. Madeley, lithog. 
An Impression from part of a Brick found at Babtlon. Madeley, 

The above presented by Dr. John Lee. 

The Rev. Josiah Pratt, after E. U. Eddis. 
James Ward, Esq., R.A., after James Ward. 
Mr. Samuel Woodward. 
John, Earl of Eldon, after James Sayer. 
John Rickman, Esq., after S. Lane. 
Mr. Joseph Wright, painter. 
L. W. DiLLWTN, Esq., M.P., after E. U. Eddis. 
R. K. Greyille, LL.D., after D. M^ Nee. 
John, first Lord Wodehouse, after — Homsby. 
Peter, Lord King, after E. U. Eddis. 
Joseph Sabine, Esq., after £. Rigby. 

Richard, Archbishop of Dublin, from a Phrenological Bust, by R. 

The above drawn on Stone by Miss H. Turner, and presented 

by Dawson Turner, Esq, 

Fac-simile of the Hand-writing of Dr. Johnson, drawn on Stone by 
I. M. Johnson. 

Presented by Dawson Turner , Esq, 

An Impression of the Engraved Plate of the Statue of Sir Joseph 
Banks. F. Chantry, sculptor ; H. Corbould, del. ; S. Cousins, 

Presented by the Committee, 

482 PRINTS. 

Richard Penn, Esq., alter £. U. Eddis ; M. Oauci, lithog. 

Presented by Richard Penn^ Esq. 

Charles Rivinoton, Esq., after Jos. Slater, by F. C* Lewis. 

Presented by John Holmes^ Esq. 

JoHK Holmes, Esq., F.S.A., after H. B. Love ; W. Sharp, lithog. 
Presented by John Holmes^ Esq., of East Retford. 

John Ireland, Esq., after T. R. Smith, by T. Mills. 

Presented by the Engraver. 

St. Peter's, Westminster, by Dan. King. 

Presented by Edward Church, Esq, 

The Marrl&ge Feast, after Paul Veronese, by Nich. Cochin* 

Presented by F. Pickering, Esq. 

The following PORTRAITS and other PRINTS 
AFTER Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

Sir John Aubrey. By Jones. 

J. Baretti. Proof before letters. 

John, Duke of Bedford. 

Count Beloioso* By Smith. Proof. 

Elizabeth, Countess of Berkeley. By M'Ardell. 

Miss Boothby. By Park. Proof. 

Lord Bridport. 

Duchess of Buccleuoh and Daughter. By Watson. 

Sir Willl&m Chambers. By Green. 

Lady Elizabeth Comfton. By Green. Proof. 

Miss Crewe and Brother. By M'Ardell. Proof before letters. 

Lady Dawson. By M'Ardell. Proof before letters. 

Duchess of Devonshire. By Green. 

Lady G. Fitzpatrick. By Smith. 

Dr. Goldsmith. By Marchi. 

Lady Hamilton, as Bacchante. By Smith. 

Mrs. Hartley, as Bacchante. By Nutter. 

Lady Selina Hastings. By Spooner. 

PRINTS. 433 

Dr. Johnson, blind. By T. Watson. 

Ladt C. Johnston. By Corbutt. 

Sir William Jones. By Cochran. Proof. 

Marquis of Lansdown. 

Antony Malone. By T. R. Smith. 

Mr. Malone. By Knight. 

The Marlborough Family. By Turner. Private plate. 

The Hon. Miss Monckton. By Jacobi. 

Mrs. Musters, W. L. By Smith. 

Do. Do. AS Hebe. By Hodges. Proof. 

The Hon. Mrs. Parker. By Watson. 

Marquis of Rockingham. By Fisher. 

Lady Spenser and Daughter. By Watson. 

Mr. Stanhope. By Park. Proof. 

Lady Strafford. By M'Ardell. 

Marquis of Tavistock. By Watson. 

Marchioness of Do. By Fisher. 

Countess of Waldeorave and Daughter. By Houston. 

Prince of Wales. By Hodges. 

H. Woodward. By Watson. 

Sir W. W. Wynne. By Reynolds. Proof. 

Boy with Cabbage-net. 

Girl and Muff ; or. Miss Palmer. 

Shepherd Boy. By Spilsbury. Proof. 

Strawberry Girl. 

Sylvia. By Jones. Proof 

The Bird. 

The small Set of the Passion of Christ. First impressions, before 
the letter-press at the back. By Albert Durer. Forty-three pieces. 

Death destroying a Young Man : a Female flying in dismay, chiaro- 
scuro of three blocks. Portraits of Emperors of Germany, &c. By 
Hans Burgmair. Seven pieces. 

Adam and Eve ; the Holy Family in chiaro-scuro ; the Temptation of 
St Anthony ; St. Christopher, in two states, &c. Wood engravings. 
By Lucas Cranach. Seven pieces. 

St. Jerome, St. George, and various other Saints ; Marcus Curtius 
leaping into the Gulph ; the Judgment of Paris, &c. By Lucas Cra- 
nach. Ten pieces. 

The Conversion of Saul ; the Three Fates ; the Sorceress, in chiaro- 
scuro ; Horses, &c. By Hans Baldung Grun. Ten pieces. 

3 K 

434 PRINTS. 


Dalilaii cutting off the Hair of Sampson. 

David praying (an etching) ; Solomon adoring the Idol^ and a copy ; and 

Esther before Ahasuerus. Four pieces. 
The Passion of our Lord, in circles, with ornaments. The complete 

set. Nine pieces. 
Christ crowned with Thorns ; the Ecce Homo, &c. Four pieces. 
Jesus Christ presented to the People ; large plate with several 

The Virgin and Child ; Ditto, with Angels, and two copies ; the Holy 

Family, &c. Six pieces. 
The Twelve Apostles, small whole length figures. Twelve pieces. 
St. Luke, St. Peter, and St. Paul seated, in a landscape and copy, and 

the Conversion of Saul. Four pieces. 
St. ^Sebastian, St. Antony, and the Temptation of St. Antony. Four 

St. Dominic, St. Francis, and St. George. Three pieces. 
The Monk Sergius killed by Mahomet. 
The seven cardinal Virtues. Seven pieces. 
Venus and Cupid in the Clouds; The Ensign; Warriors in a Wood, 

&c. Six pieces. 
A Man with a bunch of Grapes ; The Boy with a Horn ; The Mu- 
sicians, &c. Five pieces. 
A subject, representing three figures, two Females and a Man ; one of 

the former carries a casket on her head, the other turns her face to 

salute the man who stands behind her. 
Head of a Warrior; and various Ornaments, Coats of arms, &c. 

Eight pieces. 
The Arms of the City of Letden, in five circles ; Children praying, 

in circles ; Two scrolls, &c. Seven pieces. 
A Family surprised by Death ; and the Virgin and Child. Etching. 

Two pieces. 


Maximilian Titan, after Rigaud. By Drevet. Proof and letters. 


Denis Thierry. By Duflos. 

Gaspar Thaumas. By Van Scuppen. Before the Latin inscription. 

Jacques Jubceuf. By Morin. 

Francois Michel le Tellier. By Edelinck. 

Jean Vanin. By Edelinck. 

VoNDEL. By Matham. 

Various Literary Characters. 

PRINTS. 435 

The Crucifixion. By J. U. Pilgrinistad. 

Death's Head. By the same. 

Pyramus and Thisbe. By the same. 

Orpheus. By the same. 

Set of four emblematical subjects, in which is introduced the unicorn. 

By Jean Duvet. 
Two other prints of the same set undescribed, by Bartsch ; one repre- 
senting the seizure of the Unicorn, the other his being conveyed in 

triumphal procession to a city. 
Judith with i^e Head of Holofernes, and The Saviour standing, by 

the Master of the Caduceus. 
The guardian Angel; Woman and Child, the copy; Man bearing a 

Cradle, and copy ; The Satyr. By the same. 
Mars and Venus. 
The Holy Family ; and a subject, emblematical of a Centaur pursued 

by two Cockatrices. By the same. 
Christ on the Mount, praying ; and Christ presented to the People. 

By Le Maitre a TEcrevisse. 
The Virgin, with the infant Jesus crowned by two Angels; and two 

others of the Virgin and Child. By the same. 
A curious undescribed copy of the Last Judgement. By the same. 
The Virgin and Child near a Fountain. By M. Zagel. 
The Sons of a deceased King determining the right of succession, by 

shooting at the body of their father. By the same. 
St. Sebastian, St. Christopher, and the Decollation of St. Catherine. By 

the same. i 

Socrates and Xantippe ; and. The Cavalier on horseback, with a Lady 

behind him. By the same. 
The Virgin and Child. By the Master of the Anchor. 
A Female, supporting with one hand an escutcheon, on which are letters 

A. N., &c. By the same. 
Set of Scriptural subjects, small, &c. By S. de Lausne. 
Various mythological subjects. By the same. 

The twelve Months; Set of small figures in niches, &c. By the same. 
The larger set of the Months. By the same. 

The Sacrifice of Abraham ; The Marriage-feast at Cana. By the same. 
The Holy Family, with the infant Christ treading on a Serpent. By 

the same. 
The Holy Family, and the Virgin and Child, &c. By Coypel. 
Various Etchings of the French school. 
The five Saints ; a female saint in the centre. 
Adam and Eve, with their infants, Cain and Abel. 
The Old Woman and the four Lovers. 

The Virgin and infant Saviour, attended by St. Sebastian, &c. 
Two female figures, probably Tragedy and Comedy. 

436 • PRINTS. 

The Adoration of the Maoi. By Robetta. 


A Landscape, with two Bulls in the distance. 

The Young Shepherd, and a copy by A. Vcneziano. 

St. George and the Dragon. By B. Montagna. 

The Satyr piping, with a Woman and infant Satyr. By the same. 

A RrvER Goddess, with a winged Boy. 

Hercules carrying the Bull, &c. By T. A. da Brescia. 

The Nativity. By N. de Modena. 

A small Print of two winged Boys supporting a Standard. By the same. 

A whole-length figure of a Man. By the same. 

The Descent from the Cross. By A. Mantegna. 

The Triumphs of Julius Casar. By the same. 

A Female, sitting near a pedestal. By M. Fogolino. 

Another Print. By the same. 

A figure of a Young Woman, nearly naked. 

A small whole-length figure of a Female. 

Two Men ; one of them standing with his legs crossed, and leaning on 

his left elbow. 
St. Katharine of Sienna. 
Three Duplicates of the same. 
Abraham's Sacrifice. 

Two lar^e Folios, and a Roll, containing Impressions, and Pieces of 
Impressions, from monumental Brass Plates. 

Bequeathed by the late Franch Douce, Esq, 


A Folio, containing the Works of Albert Durer. Four hundred and 

twenty- seven pieces. 
A Folio, containing the Triumphal Arch of the Emperor Maximilian, 

and Triumphal Chariot of the Emperor Charles the Fifth. 

Bequeathed by the late Joseph NollekenSj R,A., to Francis Douce, Esq,, 
/or his life^ and tlicn to tlie British Museum. 





Aprd, Stonor Ireneo .... 17 
AKERMAy, J. Y., Esq. .... 419 
Alder, D., Esq. . . . 120, 165, 269 

AvoNTMOUS 56, 217, 308 

Babinoton, Dr. B. O 413 

Babinoton, J. B., M.D. ... 414 
Banks, Sir Joseph, Committee 
OF Subscribers to the Sta- 
tue OF 431 

Barret, M. Jules 311 

Belcher, Representatives of 

Mr. John 420 

Bell, Alexander, Esq. ... 39 
Berlin, Rotal Academy of 

Sciences of 15 

Beshiktask, Rev. Dr. Alexan- 
der 27 

Bland, Dr. 415 

Bond, Thomas, Esq. 8 

Brown, Robert, Esq 420 

bureaud, riofrey, m., a.m. . 60 
Burnett, O. T., Esq. .... 61 
Cambridge, Philosophical So- 
ciety OP 341 

Chesney, F. R., Esq 77 

Church, Edward, Esq. .... 432 
CoEsvELT, W. G., Esq. .... 419 
Cole, Lord Viscount .... 413 
Coleridge, William Hart, Bp. 

OF Barbadoes 84 

Commons, Hon. the House of, 

90, 268, 295 
Cooper, Charles Purton, Esq., 1, 2, 
23, 29, 43, 69, 70, 71, 72, 75, 76, 78, 93, 
JOl, 110, 130, 142, 143, 146, 150, 153, 
J54, 160, 166, 196, 203, 215, 2J6, 224, 
267, 302, 305, 306, 310, 328, 329, 337, 
342, 353, 3d7> 364, 390, 399. 


Cooper, T. H., Esq. 93 

Crawley, Charles, Esq. • . . 420 
Crompton, Rev. Thomas . 3, 4, 54 

Crowe, Rev. Henry 419 

Cuff, J. D., Esq. 420 

Cunningham, Allan, Esq. . . 414 

Dale, J. C, Esq. 415 

Douce, Francis, Esq. . . 395, 436 

DowLER, T., M.D 414, 415 

Du Hamel, M 322 

DuNANT, M. D 50,121 

EoERTON, Sir Philip Obey, 

Bart 413 

Eoremont, Right Hon. the 

Earl of 419 

Elliott, Miss 415 

Ellis, Sir Henry, K.H., 

29, 48, 57, 137, 419, 420 
Farrow, Samuel, Esq. .... 420 

FoRSTER, Mrs 3 

French, Daniel, Esq 143 

Oalriati, Oennaro 145 

Oalli, M. C 145 

Olover, William, Esq. . . .151 
OoocH, Richard, Esq. .... 152 
Oottingen, Royal Society of, 

129, 154 
Oreenough, O. B., Esq. . . . 156 
Oriffin-Stone8Treet,Rev.O.S. 158 

OUERRY, M., A.M 201 

OuRNEY, Hudson, Esq. . . . 257 
Hammer, M. Joseph Von . . 133 
Hancock, John, Esq. .... 163 
Hardwicke, Major-Oen. . 413, 414 
Hay, C. W. A. Drummond, Esq. 419 
Heuland, Henry, Esq. . . . 407 
HoARE, Sir Richard Colt, Bart. 51 
Holmes, John, Esq 432 




Holmes, Johk, Esq., East Ret- 
ford 432 

Holmes, Mrs. H 253 

HoRNE, Rev. Thomas H artwell, 

31, 77, 230, 337, 342, 351, 380 

Howard, , Esq. . . .179 

HowsHip, JoHir, Esq. .... 180 
Hutchison, Copeland, Esq. . 412 

Ingram, , Esq 408 

Inskipp, J., Esq 413 

Johnson, Ooddard, Esq. . . . 419 
JoPLiNo, JosEP.H, Esq. .... 192 

JouBiN, M 193 

Ireland, His Excellency the 
Lord Lieutenant of . . 25, 214 


Kino, Samuel, Esq. 409 


Lawrence, Sir James .... 204 
Leach, George, Esq. .... 414 
Lee, John, D.C.L. . . . 420,431 

Le Harivel, M. F 205 

Letden, Curators of the Uni- 
versity of ...... . 180 

LiNDLEY, Dr 413 

Lloyd, Richard, Esq. .... 419 

LoNGE, Rev. John 3 

Lords, Right Hon. the House 

OF 215 

LousADA, Miss 412 

Lubbock, John W., Esq. . . . 415 

LuccocK, J. D., Esq. 1 

Mac Gregor, Sir James ... 71 
Maitland Club, Council of 

the 401 

Mangles, Capt., R.N 415 

Mantell, Gideon, Esq. . . . 413 
Marsden, William, Esq. . . 2, 407 
Marshall, George, Esq. . . 420 

Martin, John, Esq 226 

Meli, M. Domentco .... 2.H2 
Michel, M. Francisque . 257, 259 

Miller, T., Esq 235 

Mills, T., Esq 432 

Mimpriss, Mr. R 235 

Monmerque, M 55, 68 

NicoLLS, Sir Jasper .... 413 
Nollekens, Joseph, Esq. . . . 436 
Oldham, William Chapman, 

Esq 4iy 

Pahavev, M. C. H. de . . . . 266 
Paxton, J. !>., Esq 270 

Penn, Richard, Esq. . . 420, 438 
Pettigrew, T. J., Esq. . . . 2fJ6 

Pickering, F., Esq, 432 

Platt, T. Pell, Esq. . . 283, 284 
portales, gorgier compte de, 

Porter, Jacob, Esq. 44, 131, 201, 341 

Price, T. E., Esq. 299 

Prudhoe, Right Hon. Lord . 419 
Records, Commissioners on 
THE public, 3, 93, 122, 125, 129, 
161, 181, 204, 205, 207, 226, 238, 244, 
264, 265, 276, 300, 317, 358, 379, 393, 
Reeves,JohnRusse&,Jun.,E8q. 414 
RiCARDi /if Carlo, Francesco, 

Esq. 312 

Richardson, John, M.D. . 413, 415 
Sandon, Lord Viscount . . . 202 
Scott, Sir Walter, Bart. . . 330 
Sharp, Sir Cuthbert . . 201, 334 
Smith, Mr. John, Ygst. . . .151 
Smyth, William Henry, Eso. . 340 
Society of Antiquaries . . 311 

, Committee of the 

Royal Humane 342 

Prayer-Book and Ho- 
mily 212,257 

Royal 342 

OF Abts 342 

Trinitarian Bible . 343 

Zoological, of Lon- 
don 343 

Stamp Office, Commissioners 

OF THE 254, 255, 256 

Stanley, Right Hon. E., Lord, 414 
State, Right Hon. Secretary 
OF, for the Home Depart- 
ment 268 


Affairs 59 

Steven, Moses, Esq. .... 329 
Surgeons, Royal College of, 362 
Sussex, H. R. H. the Duke of, 413 
Taylor, W. R. Sarsfield, Esq. 37 
Thornton, Right Hon. Sir Ed- 
ward 408 

Till, Mr 420 

Todd, Archdeacon 223 

Tongue, Richard, Esq. . . .419 
Trevelyan, M'alter Calver- 
LEY, Esq. 13, 413 


INDEX. 439 


Turner, Dawson, Esq. . . . 431 Waters, Mrs 390 

Turner, Mr. John 415 Wells, Samuel, Esq 392 

Vaughan, W., Esq 402 Wetherell, N. T., Esq. . . . 413 

Veoezzi, M. Giovanni . . . 330 Wbisuaw, Francis, Esq. . 76, 394 

Ujura y Sancuez, Senor don Wilkinson, J. O., Esq. . 10, 11, 12, 

Manuel DE 407 410,413,414,415,416—419 

Walker, Francis, Esq. . . . 415 Willement, Thomas, Esq. . . 27 

War, the Right Hon. the Secre- Wood, Samuel, Esq 402 


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